9800 vs 9810 – Is the new Torch are real improvement?
With RIM having announced the upcoming release of the new 9810 Blackberry Torch, here at a Unlock Worldwide we want to take a look at what new features this new model brings and whether it is a good improvement over the original 9800 Torch released last year.
The new Blackberry Torch 9810 casing will look the same as the previous 9800. The screen size will be the same and it will still have a pull out Qwerty keyboard. This is a positive as the pull out keyboard is a clear differentiator against the
iPhone and the many other Google Android rivals.
The screen size is identical at 3.2 inches. But the resolution has been improved and is now 360×640. Up from 360×480. Pixel density is up to 250ppi. It still carrier the multi-touch input and the optical track-pad.
The Hard Drive:
The internal disk space has been doubled on the 9810 to 8GB which is a very positive move. The RAM has also been increased and it will no come with 768MB of RAM. The 9810 will also have a slot for a Micro SD Card of up to 32MB.
The 9800 comes with a 624MHz processor and runs on BlackBerry OS6. The 9810 will come with a Qualcomm 1.2GHz processor on the Snapdragon chipset and will include a Adreno 205 graphics processor (GPU). An incredible improvement in processing power over the 9800 Torch.
The Blackberry Torch 9800 usess RIM’s OS 6. The new 9810 Torch will have the new BlackBerry OS 7 installed. One of the new features on the new software allows you to separate your work data from your private data. So overall the performance on the 9810 should be a big step up.
Camera / Video:
The 9810 Torch has the same 5-megapixel camera as the 9800 (2592×1944 pixels). It includes autofocus and an LED flash, geo-tagging and image stabilization.
The video camera does have a difference. On the 9800 it has VGA camera, and on the 9810 Torch it has 720p HD resolution. That also included face-detection and multi-shot features.
In summary it looks like RIM has made a serious commitment to win back market share with the introduction of the new Blackberry Torch 9810. There is a clear step up in performance and lots of new features that make this new smartphone worth having.
At Unlock Worldwide we will keep you informed as the launch date nears and will be happy to provide unlocking solutions for the 9810 Torch for any of you that need to unlock it.
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