The BlackBerry Torch 9810 was released earlier this year and is the successor to the 9800 and the 9860 which was the first Torch named smartphone, the 9810 is seen as practically the same as the 9800, but does have a new processor making the phone double the speed of its predecessor.

The Torch 9810 has been built to look very similar to the 9800, with identical dimensions to the 9800: 111 x 62 x 14.6mm, but aside from this the newest Torch does have some features of its own and comes with a choice of a grey or black trim, alongside this the phone also runs the new BlackBerry OS 7, as well as including RIM’s new accelerated graphics UI called “Liquid Graphics, which allows for a better touch sensitivity and overall experience.

The Torch has the same sized 3.2-inch screen which has been bumped up to a 640 x 480 resolution, which makes for a much better video viewing experience compared to the 9800, but we would like to see an HD screen in a BlackBerry someday.

As well as the beefed up screen, RIM has also beefed the processor to a 1.2GHz single-core from the old 624MHz one that was fitted in the 9800, as well as this the new Torch also has 768MBs of RAM, which has jumped from a tiny 512MB. As well as this RIM has also added some new connection options allowing the phone to connect to HSPA.

As well as this the phone also has 8GBs of internal storage, which can be expanded with a microSD card as big as 32GBs.

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