AT&T Blackberry 9810 Torch
As fast as Bold 9900, More real estate than Bold 9900, Crisp and bright screen, Great form factor combining touchscreen and keyboard, Solid build.
The RIM BlackBerry Torch 9810 has a sharp and vibrant touch screen, a decent physical keyboard, BlackBerry 7 OS, a 1.2GHz processor, and 720p HD video recording.
Much more responsive platform experience, Vastly superior web browsing performance.
Great screen, amazing keyboard, speedy processor...
Fast processor, Good screen, Great media playback, Fast browser
Solid build quality, excellent display, good performance with smooth and responsive OS, excellent social media integration messaging experience, great call quality.
Speedy UI and camera, Excellent battery life, Very good keyboard, Uses less data than other smartphones.
Solid hardware build, highres display, fantastic camera, dependable keyboard
Excellent battery life, Responsive touchscreen via Liquid Graphics, Solid improvement over 9800
Faster data speeds, faster CPU, improved web browser.
Poor camera performance in low light conditions; No space key for password fields
The RIM BlackBerry Torch 9810's design is similar to a previous generation model, and it is far more expensive than the AT&T version of the same phone.
Recycled design, Not enough new features with OS 7, Outdated right from the start
It’s huge and heavy, while the app store still leaves much to be desired.Look and Feel...
Unstable OS 7, Quality of captured images is below average, Tad expensive
Keyboard is a bit cramped, not the slickest user interface around, no frontfacing camera
Brand-new OS already feels old, Very few apps, Over-reports signal strength.
Mediocre battery life for a BlackBerry, OS looks nice but feels dated, bad lags at times
User Interface, Outdated design, Limited app support
OS 7 feels out of date, 3rd party apps weak, keyboard is cramped.
By Wired UK on November 24, 2011
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 adds an excellent slide-out QWERTY keyboard to a good sized touch screen, but the lack of apps and games in BlackBerry App World will be a turn-off for some when compared with rival Android and Apple...70
By Tbreak.com on November 18, 2011
When I think of using a BlackBerry smartphone, the only thing that comes to mind is how good the keyboard feels. Having a touch based BlackBerry feels as alien a concept to me as having a physical keyboard on an iPhone. Still, being an iPhone 4 owner,...80
By cnet on November 02, 2011
The RIM BlackBerry Torch 9810 should satisfy BlackBerry fans with its responsive touch screen and overall specs, but for $50 more, T-Mobile customers could get the much better Bold 9900...73
By Digital Trends on October 26, 2011
The real downside to the Torch 9810 is the already-outdated BlackBerry OS 7, and the near-complete lack of quality apps available through App...65
By Channel Pro on October 20, 2011
An improvement to the original, but not enough to keep up with the best of the smartphone competition Apple’s iPhone stands astride the smartphone industry like a colossus – millions have been sold in the past four years, and that trend...60
By PC Pro on October 19, 2011
An improvement to the original, but not enough to keep up with the best of the smartphone competition...50
By Trusted Reviews on October 18, 2011
The Blackberry Torch 9810 feels responsive to use and has a good screen and keyboard. Existing Blackberry users will probably admire its speed and good build quality, but we can’t see this handset tempting many people to switch to the Blackberry...70
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on October 18, 2011
When the BlackBerry Torch hit last year, it caused quite a stir. It was an entirely new direction for RIM in terms of form factor, and that doesn't happen often for the company. As a result, there was big media hype about it, especially as many had...-
By RegHardware on October 12, 2011
The Torch 9810's Qwerty keyboard is fine, so there are no surprises there for dyed-in-the-wool BB Messenger fans. Moreover, those already sold on the platform will find the Torch delivers the best of both worlds with its upgraded higher res display...80
By CNET UK on October 10, 2011
The BlackBerry Torch 9810 is a classic example of a company subtly upgrading an existing device. It offers myriad improvements over the 9800, but doesn't go far enough in our...70