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BlackBerry Torch 9810, 9850, & 9860 Product Pages Confirm Specs

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Now that RIM has finally announced the BlackBerry Torch 9810, 9850, & 9860 we can learn about the official specs. The press release was very light on the actual details but the product pages on the main BlackBerry site are much better. For example did you know the BlackBerry Torch 9810 is coming in two colors grey and silver? I also like how the 9850 & 9860 are labeled “All-Touch.” There is quite a bit of good info in there including measurements and battery life comparisons. All three announced BlackBerry 7 lines are now plastered on the homepage of BlackBerry.com and you can sign up for more updates on the product pages. Its sort of interesting to see the key phrases RIM uses to describe these devices on their homepage.

Check them out and let us know if you spot anything juicy:

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  1. Overall a nice bump in specs; and will give a good boost to the general consumer market. But with QNX around the corner I’m guessing most enthusiasts will pass until 2012. Fortunately for RIM, enthusiasts are the smallest (even if the most vocal) part of the market.

    Too much to have hoped that they’d actually get away from MicroSD, and go with a larger capacity option…

    Other thoughts…

    9810: the fact that the resolution is the same as the 9900 yet the screen is almost twice is big just kills it for me.

    9850/60: If I wanted all touch it would be nice, but I can’t do away with my keyboard 😉 Looking at this next to the 9810 is painful – you see exactly how much wasted space is on the 9810, at the price of screen size.

    9900: the only thing that appeals – decent specs (though not great – they’ve caught up with early 2011), the keyboard and hi resolution seals it for me. If I get a phone pre-QNX, this’ll be the one.

  2. This weird but the 9850 and the 9860 are the only OS 7 devices that has only 4GB onboard memory. Why wasnt it the same across the board?

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