Excerpt: I personally prefer the low sensitivity level. It’s much more consistent and it’s similar to a computer mouse. I know I mentioned a few downsides, but despite these setbacks, I believe it’s an above average device. Although, I believe it’s a decent phone, I believe it’s a bit pricey, especially when compared to some of it’s rivals on the market today. However, I would certainly suggest giving it a look, it’s well worth it.
Pros: Very solid phone, quality feel Speed Great camera Great Facebook app Good keyboard feedback A lotta phone in a small package Great value at $50 with 2 year contract Generous SD card capacity
Cons: App menu ridiculously limited for how long BB's been around No way to record conversations (more to the point, conference calls - again a RIM issue/policy) Phone for "professionals" should have quality, high-level .pdf reader
"Excellent! Delighted on day one. (Time will tell...)"
9 February 2012
Pros: + Good keyboard (slide-out and much easier to type on than previous Blackberrys) along with good touch-screen response. + Efficient email and Facebook integration. + Plenty of whiz-bang fun. + Google will *not* be a big brother on my phone.
Cons: - Sure, it's not going to have a ga-gillion aps like iPhones and Androids. - For example, LinkedIn is not set up for Blackberry's 7.0 OS. That one's a bummer. Also, Opera Mini is not yet rated for the Torch 9810. Over time, I'll find other gaps.
"Want something like an Iphone but hate apple this is it"
2 February 2012
Pros: This phone has a great look and feel. I love the ablity to use both the touch screen and the keyboard. It's fast and easy to use. I love the documents to go.
Cons: No flash player! This makes it very difficult to watch videos other than youtube. It also has very limited apps available. I only see apps for iphone and android phones. Battery life could be better but it isn't that bad.