BlackBerry OS 7.
Good call quality.
Great sound quality.
Capable video player.
Good media playback.
Powerful email and calendar features with excellent universal inbox.
Best Facebook app on any platform.
No physical keyboard.
Cramped onscreen keyboard.
Cheap-looking physical buttons.
OS needs polishing.
Limited number of apps.
Display prone to scratches.
BlackBerry Internet Service required.
Limited operator availability.
Battery life is fair.
Accelerometer is not zippy.
Responsive touch-screen let down by inaccurate keyboard.
Lack of entertainment apps would disappoint those after less business-centric phone.
By ConsumerSearch on March 01, 2012
TrustedReviews.com's Edward Chester calls the BlackBerry Torch 9860 a "perfectly competent handset with a smart design," while Crackberry.com's Kevin Michaluk thinks it has some flair even if it's not the best BlackBerry out there. Experts...-
By FoneArena on February 20, 2012
The BlackBerry Torch has good display but the hardware keys and the on-screen keyboard is not impressive. The 720p video recording is a plus. The battery life is decent, that lasts more than a day with average use with push e-mail, few calls, music...-
By Wired UK on December 05, 2011
BlackBerry's biggest touchscreen handset is one of its best, and it's working hard to catch up with the competition. The BlackBerry faithful will appreciate the effort here, but whether it's enough to win over fans of Android or Apple is...70
By ThinkDigit on November 25, 2011
For a price of around Rs 28k, the Torch 9860 does offer a very good touchscreen, a sleek form factor and that same old Blackberry familiarity. This is definitely for someone who wants the goodness of BBM or easy email access, but with a touchscreen....70
By TechTree on November 21, 2011
Expert Review MRP: Rs 28,500Street Price (As On 21-Nov-2011): ; Rs 28,000 (; )A BlackBerry without a QWERTY keypad sounds as weird as a Bollywood movie without a song. Seems like the 9860 wants to challenge touchscreen smartphones with its 3.7"...60
By CoolSmartphone on November 16, 2011
It was Friday when I received a rather large package addressed to me. Inside, the Blackberry Torch 9860. First up, I’ve got to admit that I absolutely love this handset. I have had plenty of time to have a little play and a fiddle with this...-
By RegHardware on November 08, 2011
Is the BlackBerry Torch 9860 good enough to arrest RIM’s decline? On balance I'd say, yes. It’s fast, well made and mercifully free of dependency on the likes of Zune or iTunes. The UI may not be the last word in cool but it works well...75
By Trusted Reviews on November 08, 2011
The BlackBerry 9860 is a perfectly competent handset with a smart design, easy to use interface, and a healthy selection of features. However, when compared to the competition, it's hard to know exactly who the BlackBerry 9860 is going to appeal to....70
By Tech2 on November 07, 2011
BlackBerry may have had a bit of a set back lately with the whole “outage” issue but that hasn’t really stopped them from pushing the sales of their new products. One of the latest devices to make it out of the Canadian...60
By PCWorld India on November 04, 2011
The Blackberry Torch 9860 is a powerful full touchscreen phone running OS 7 from RIM's stable....73