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Updated on:Aug 30, 2015
Release Date: Nov 06, 2011
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The first proper touchscreen BlackBerry is here!...
Pros: Smart design ; Good display and hardware features ; Surprisingly nippy despite single core processor
Cons: Interface still a bit stark ; Keyboard not as good as competition ; App store still not well stocked
Verdict: The BlackBerry 9860 is a perfectly competent handset with a smart design, easy to use interface, and a healthy selection of features. However, when compared to the competition, it`s hard to know exactly who the BlackBerry 9860 is going to appeal to.....
It`s taken a ridiculously long time to come, but this is it. This is the one. After the clickable screen of the BlackBerry Storm 2 and the touchscreen-with-slide-out-keyboard shenanigans of the original BlackBerry Torch, RIM has finally released a proper touchscreen smartphone. This 3.7-inch touchscreen the largest RIM has ever made, it`s also the highest resolution, with a handy 480 x 800 pixels on display. Which is good, because you want the ne...
Pros: Good build quality, Great screen, Generally well-designed interface, Excellent messaging options, Good signal strength and 3G speed,
Cons: Lack of polish in OS, Difficult keyboard, GPS issues, Browser is still below average, Too pricey,
The first (and second) BlackBerry touchscreen handsets weren`t exactly homerun efforts for Research In Motion (RIM) — despite earning a reasonably favourable review from the team here at CNET Australia. The new, all-touch Torch 9860 ditches RIM`s intriguing SurePress screen technology for the same capacitive touchscreen tech that you`ll find on any iPhone or Android. Is this enough to change BlackBerry`s flagging touchscreen fortunes to dat...
Pros: Sleek, unique design,Excellent touchscreen display,BlackBerry 7 OS is fast, easy to use,Good web browser,
THE BLACKBERRY Torch 9860 will come with a 3.7in touch-screen display, the largest that RIM has to offer. The device is optimised for video and internet browsing, and has no physical keyboard.A 1.2GHz processor will power the BlackBerry 7 OS handset, and other features include GPS and a 5MP rear camera with HD 720p video recording capabilities.RIM expects to start shipping the Torch 9860 in September. The manufacturer said that all major networks...