BlackBerry Torch 9800
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BlackBerry Torch 9800

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  • Anonymous

Anyone no if its coming out in white? Also when?x

  • James

How are you American Torch users finding the battery? I got the UK version and on the first day after 11 hours use the battery was on 50% which I was amazed at.

  • Anonymous

Actual user feedback such as from Brandon is useful. This thing is like I suspected another storm, in a different case and say what you will but clear at an unsustanable price

  • brandon

Oh ya! the ringer volume is really soft. even if it is adjusted to 10. the reason why the holster is not given, my thoughts is, u can never hear the ringers. really sad. if u are lady, and u have the tendency to place it in your handbag. take it out every 15 mins and check for miss calls. all this are issues that they we are not suppose to be dealing in this century.

  • Brandon

I have got it for 2 weeks now and i am greatly sad with it. it was nice the first hour. first the phone still lags. second, u have many new small issues with it like the ringer all went silent and i needed to remove the battery to get it back. As for the OS. it takes u awhile to like it. i am still trying to like it. the key word is trying. the slide menu is very disturbing. and the curve body at the keyboard does rigid the pressing of keys around the edges. but for a phone at this price and it still lags .... my goodness.. i hate to say this but bold 2 was simple phone but far more reliable. still trying to justify that i did the right thing to buy the torch

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 16 Sep 2010It's not an average handset, check the price category and you wi... moreThe specs show otherwise. This is premium pricing which is daft when Android have laid down a major challenge to RIM. Arrogant I reckon to charge top end, which what is surely is. Let's see if the price drops after initial gullible buyers have left the stores.

  • Anonymous

favour, 17 Sep 2010ive actually had a play with the phone and i can say i love it t... moreAs you say "PLAY" at the cost asked it is not going to sell

  • favour

ive actually had a play with the phone and i can say i love it the touch screen is good, the applications are way faster and tv catch up give it that extra bonus can't wait to upgrade my 8900 to this , any one who is saying it isn't a good handset .. stop lying blackberry for life i work at a phone shop and get to play with near enought every phone out

  • Bijay

Just would like to find out if this particular phone hangs and seizes like its kind

  • Anonymous

This phone keeps getting better and better!! the operating system and slider form factor and the latest updates have made this phone a perfect 10!

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 15 Sep 2010£40 per month on a Vodafone contract (UK) is mad pricing f... moreIt's not an average handset, check the price category and you will know 40 pounds are acceptable

  • Mukarram

It's now be available in Pakistan on must least price is 60K Rs.

  • Anonymous

JP, 15 Sep 2010HI to all does anyone know when an original RIM unlocked Torch ... morePlay.com and Amazon have them listed as available 3rd Quarter October

p.s. Anyone seen Chris..........lol

  • Anonymous

dude this is thebest phone ever!!!!!!! i got it fr my birthday! woohoo! :-P

  • JP

HI to all
does anyone know when an original RIM unlocked Torch will be available???
meaning not and AT&T Torch...
thank you.

  • Voda

LOL @ Chris, obviously an Iphone user, everything begins and ends in the iWorld, if iApple is not doing it then it does not iExist yet

  • Anonymous

Robin the screen on the Storm is supposed to "shake" as u touch it as it is a clickable touch screen so it is designed to have some movement in it.

  • Anonymous

£40 per month on a Vodafone contract (UK) is mad pricing for this below average phone.

  • Anonymous

Chris, 13 Sep 20104G is not a network type. 4G is only applicable to the new iPhon... moreActually, Chris, you're wrong. 4G refers to a general idea of 4th generation network data rates. GSM was 2G, Edge was 2.5G, UMTS was 3G, HSDPA was 3.5G... 4G is LTE and beyond. The iPhone 4 has nothing to do with 4G and is actually a 3.5G device.

  • Anonymous

Chris, 13 Sep 20104G is not a network type. 4G is only applicable to the new iPhon... more4G is a network type. its the new generation of network protocols like wimax.