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BlackBerry Torch 9850 Unboxing! Don't Call it a Storm.

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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2011

BlackBerry Torch 9850 Unboxing! Don't Call it a Storm.

RIM's first all-touch BlackBerry is disrobed in our full unboxing video of the BlackBerry Torch 9850 for Sprint. The Torch 9850 is particularly exciting not only because it's BlackBerry's first true all-touch phone, but its dimensions rival that of the iPhone 4 and it's got fairly accelerated hardware under the hood. The BlackBerry Torch 9850 runs BlackBerry 7 OS, which seemed to fly with the phone's 768MB of RAM coupled with a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor. We were able to power the phone on and provide a brief demonstration of it in this unboxing video, but be sure to stay tuned for the full review, coming up soon!
BlackBerry Torch 9850BlackBerry Torch 9850 Key Features The first full-touch BlackBerry smartphone from Sprint 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor 768MB of RAM 8GB of storage BlackBerry service with access to up to 10 supported business and personal email accounts, plus BlackBerry Enterprise Serversupport for corporate email installations Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n NFC technology DataViz Docs To Go Premium suite preloaded, for editing Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files from anywhere 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video and Auto Focus BlackBerry App World, the official app store for BlackBerry smartphones offering customization, fun and productivity BlackBerry 7 OS BlackBerry Playbook support with BlackBerry Bridge (Bridge is available as a free download on BlackBerry App World) Augmented Reality using the built-in compass (magnetometer) to support augmented reality applications


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