Google’s Android OS and Apple’s iPhone OS continue to battle for the top spot in the smart phone industry, at this time, Research In Motion finally enter themselves in the race with the new Blackberry Torch 9800, hopefully, and I hope it so.
When it comes to usability, the new BlackBerry OS 6 is the largest incentive of this phone. The latest iteration of the beloved operating system performs admirably when it comes to viewing media online and with general web browsing. The Torch is offered through AT&T and runs on their HSDPA/UTMS network, allowing for potential download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps. In addition, it features quad-band EDGE support to make calls pretty much anywhere in the world. As expected, it also features support for Wireless-N WiFi connectivity through any of AT&T’s 20,000 nationwide wireless hotspots.
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