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BlackBerry Torch 2 9810 aka “Jennings” Spec Sheet Leaked

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There was one more spec sheet that leaked out by N4BB before I took off for the weekend. We have heard about all of the specs on the BlackBerry Torch 2 but now we know that the version number will be the 9810. Just a small bump up from the current 9800. It also points out that the internal RIM codename for the Torch 2 is “Jennings.” The other thing that it confirms is that the Torch 2 will come in two GSM variants with one running the regular AT&T and other 3G bands and the second compatible with AWS 1700 like T-Mobile and WIND.

Other than that it simply confirms much of what we already know like:

  • 1.2Ghz CPU
  • 768MB of RAM and 8GB eMMc
  • 14.4Mbps download speeds with HSDPA though limited to 13.4mbps due to chipset
  • 5.76Mbps HSUPA uploads
  • Mobile hotspot support

The only odd thing I noticed in this spec sheet is it seems to say the device will ship with BlackBerry News which RIM does not currently do. This device will come with both Social Feeds and BlackBerry News.

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  1. Where are the Playbook commercials!

  2. so when do we get a cdma torch

  3. RIM’s 2011 lineup is looking very good! This is a very nice spec bump from the 9800. At this point, I can’t justify replacing my Torch with this for work as it is a workhorse as a work/messaging device. I’ll put up with the slow processor for another year. I expect the 2012 devices to really be something.

    • Agreed…cant justify the cost.

      I would add that a front facing camera would finally put it on “par” with most new competing spec offers.

  4. no QNX :thumbsdown:

  5. Why “Jennings” though? Looking at the specifics of the phone its not that big of a difference from the 9800. For me any phone upgrade at this time would have to be a device with QNX

  6. Beefier processor to deal with multimedia seems to be the biggest difference. I’ll hang on to my current Torch until QNX based systems show up.

  7. I hope this is my next phone. I’d expect this to be compatible with OS 7 (QNX) when that comes out

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