Blackberry Torch 9800 Os 7 Download
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I don't know why this has to be a a bad comparison. The BlackBerry Torch, the original 9000 & Torch 9800 are designed as smartphones for corporate use. While BlackBerry may be a market darling because of its corporate oriented OS, that has nothing to do with the phone's success outside of that market.
After picking up and doneownloading it, here are the specs: 8.1mm thick, 130g weight. it is by far the thinnest and lightest BlackBerry I have ever held. And I have held all of them. The screen has a 0.3\" (8mm) border on all 4 sides, adding to the thinness. It's actual dimensions are 33.9 x 1.9 x 8.1mm. Internally the Torch 9810 is powered by a 1 Ghz Qualcomm MSM 7227A chipset, which is a dual-core processor running Android 2.2 (Froyo) with a BerrySetup 2.48 left on top. While that is significantly better than the 700 Mhz processor in the original 9810, it is nowhere close to the 1.2Ghz processor in the Torch 9800
The time for the BlackBerry to go back to its roots and really embrace its MCP and MDP capable hardware is now. Give the user the OS and hardware they want and let them do with it what they want. The real question is, will they?
For my, Twitter-ing, emailing and messaging uses, it's a good phone for the dollar. I say the \"dollar\" because compared to the rest of the blackberry's line, the Torch 9810 prices itself to be a bargain... and it is! 7211a4ac4a