The new model christened Blackberry Torch 9810 will be the first Blackberry device to include support for next generation 4G networks. The other two models being launched in parallel to the 9810 are Blackberry Torch 9850 and Blackberry Torch 9860.
Blackberry Torch 9810 is an exact replica of its predecessor in looks and feel as it has the same capacitive touch sensitive screen that offers a size of 3.2 inches. But gone is the weak and rusty 624 MHz processor as the new Blackberry Torch is powered by a super fast 1.2 GHz processor that is coupled to 768 MB of RAM. The device also boasts of an 8 GB storage capacity inbuilt and this offers enough and more space for keeping all your favourite music, videos and movies.
Blackberry Torch 9810 has a 5 Mega Pixel camera at the rear which RIM claims can record videos in high definition 720p format. But on the flip side the phone lacks a front camera thereby eliminating the option of video calling. Blackberry Torch 9810 has all the latest connectivity and network support functionalities as it is loaded with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB PC sync, GPRS, EDGE, 3G and even 4G network compatibility for offering high speed internet surfing and downloading.
Blackberry Torch 9810 is powered by the latest Blackberry 7 OS and thus we can expect the device to sport a whole new and user friendly interface.
The two other announcements christened Blackberry Torch 9850 and Blackberry Torch 9860 will both carry the same 1.2 GHz processor and 768 MB Ram combination found in the 9810 and will be available with 4GB of on board storage.
Blackberry Torch 9850 and Torch 9860 will have a 5 Mega Pixel camera that is capable of high definition video recording in 720p format. Both have been designed to meet the style consciousness of users today as it is evident from the looks of the phone with stylish curves and buttons.
Blackberry Torch 9860 will be a GSM capable model whereas Blackberry Torch 9850 will be a CDMA powered phone.
The pricing and date of launch of all three phones is yet to be announced by RIM but we expect it to happen any time soon.