One major highlight of HTC Evo is its 3D compatible screen display. The 3D LCD capacitive screen gives out better quality images with 540 X 960 pixel support. The screen size is a 4.3 inch. The display would have proximity and accelerometer sensors and will also feature a multi input facility. The Gyro sensor and unique HTC sensor UI enabled in the phone is really a boon. Blackberry Torch 9810 meanwhile comes with a standard QWERTY keypad. It has an optical track pad and all other features available in HTC Evo.
HTC Evo 3D offers a spacious memory storage in the phone with the device having an on the board memory storage up to a 1GB. By using an external microSD card the memory can be expanded to a 32 GB. To give the phone a faster response, a 1GB dedicated RAMS is also embedded in the phone. Blackberry takes the lead here with the phone offering a mesmerising 8 GB internal storage. A microSD card can expand its memory storage up to a 32 GB. The RAM here is a 768 MB RAM. Connectivity in the handsets is pretty advanced with both the phones offering an 802.11 b/g/n WiFi and included Bluetooth devices too. The Bluetooth is a most updated one in the HTC Evo 3D while it's a v2.1 for the Blackberry 9810.
The image capturing in HTC Evo 3D is really good with its 5MP camera. The pictures are having a resolution of 2560 X 1920 pixel and with auto focus and dual LED flash, it's never been better on a smart phone. It a similar 5MP camera in Blackberry Torch and it has dual LED Flash and autofocus too. Other included features include geo tagging, continuous auto focus which is really useful while video capturing and even an image stabilization feature.
HTC Evo 3D is having a price in India of RS 25000 and Blackberry 9810 is available at around Rs 29749.