Blackberry Torch 9800

El BlackBerry Torch es un celular que combina tanto una pantalla touchscreen como un teclado QWERTY. El Torch posee una pantalla de 3.2 pulgadas con resolución de 360 x 480 pixels, cámara de 5 megapixels, Wi-Fi y conectividad 3G cuatribanda. El BlackBerry Torch es el primer smartphone de RIM en tener un factor de forma deslizable y también el primero en correr el sistema operativo BlackBerry 6.

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General Red GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - UMTS 850 / 1900 / 2100
Anunciado 2010, Agosto
Status Pronto
Tamaño Dimensiones 111 x 62 x 14.6 mm
Peso 161 g
Display Tipo TFT touchscreen
Tamaño 360 x 480 pixels, 3.2 pulgadas
  - Teclado QWERTY
- Trackpad óptico
- Sensor de proximidad para auto apagado
Ringtones Tipo Polifónico, MP3
Customización Descargas
Vibración Si
  - Conector de audio 3.5 mm
Memoria Agenda telefónica Entradas y campos prácticamente ilimitados, Foto de llamada
Registro de llamadas Si
Slot de tarjeta microSD, hasta 32GB
  - 4 GB de memoria interna, 512 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM
Características GPRS Clase 10 (4+1/3+2 slots)
Velocidad de datos 32 - 48 kbps
OS BlackBerry OS
Mensajería SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Navegador HTML
Reloj Si
Alarma Si
Puerto infrarrojo No
Juegos Si + descargables
Colores Negro
Cámara 5 MP, 2592x1944 pixels, autofocus,flash LED, geo-tagging, estabilizador de imagen, autofoco contínuo, video VGA
  - Feeds sociales
- GPS con soporte A-GPS
- Mapas BlackBerry
- EDGE Clase 10
- 3G
- Wi-Fi; UMA
- Bluetooth v2.1 A2DP
- microUSB 2.0
- Editor de documentos (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF)
- Reproductor de audio MP3/WMA/eAAC+/FlAC/OGG
- Reproductor de video MP4/WMV/H.263/H.264
- Organizador
- Manoslibres incorporado
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Memo/discado de voz
Batería   Standard, Li-Ion 1300 mAh
Stand-by Hasta 432 h (2G) / Hasta 336 h (3G)
Tiempo de conversación Hasta 5 h 30 min (2G) / Hasta 5 h 40 min (3G)





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galo Z.

on 2011-12-27
como puedo hacer para q me llegue el celular si lo compro y cuanto me cuesta el blackberry 9860

on 2012-02-04
Hola soy de el salvador y me gustari saber si hay alguna manera de poder adqirir un telefono de estos y q llegue aca un repuesta porfavor

on 2012-03-03
2 of 2 people esbatlish the following review caring: Intelligent Design, October 12, 2011Bya0 (Minas Anor, GD) a0a0a0a0a0a0 This review is from: Blackberry Torch 2 9810 Unlocked Phone with 1.2GHz Processor, GPS, 5 MP Camera and HD Record Unlocked Phone No Warranty Grey (Wireless Phone Accessory) Blackberries may no longer be the top smart phones' because they don't do everything well but for what I consider their core' features email and phone, in that order they are still up there at the top. And the Torch and the Bold are the current top Blackberries. As a business phone', the Torch combines the best features of previous generation Blackberries with one of the best highly graphical, upset' interface for its screen size. If anyone is looking for a phone and entertainment' device, there should be better alternatives but when it comes to email/phone productivity, the BBs are still tops.I do not plot to discuss the Torch long list of features and capabilities. They are all listed at RIM's and 100 other different sites. I will only talk about why I currently prefer the Torch vs. nearly anything else (still not chose linking a Torch and a Bold) as a business' phone even now when my employer would allow me to use other brands if I wanted to.THE TORCH ADVANTAGE- Physical keyboard The most visible Torch feature is the sliding keyboard. This allows for a larger show when compared to, let's say, the Bold, without ensuing into a larger phone. The illuminated keyboard seems to be the exact same size of a Bold's, only it becomes available when needed. This is not the only phone with a sliding keyboard but this is probably the best engineered. Sliding the keyboard in and out is quick, near-effortless and it quickly becomes following nature. - Upset screen Not the first Blackberry with the feature but this seems to be the best on a BB so far. Yes, it's not as excellent as iPhone's but, for what I'm using it, it's just right. There is an on-screen keyboard which adapts itself to portrait/landscape but that's the least advantage the upset screen offers. The new Blackberry OS allows me to upset' just about anything on the screen and trigger something. Gestures are also supported counting pinch-zoom' in and out. And, related - Buttons Maybe this should have been at the top of the list. This Blackberry does not force me to do everything by touching the screen. Nearly everything can be done by either pushing/clicking a button and controlling the cursor with the small trackpad or by interacting directly with the screen (tap virtual buttons) or a combination. Most of the time it's a combination' for me and it's permanently the way I feel most comfortable about doing things. I appreciate the ability to use physical buttons when I want it. - Email integration This is a soft' feature. The Torch can integrate several email financial statement, counting the enterprise' email into one consolidated' mailbox while still giving me the ability to view them separately if I chose to do so. - Wi-Fi The Wi-Fi ability saves money. My employer encouraged me to pick a plot that charges by the call. Unless it's a VoIP. Therefore, while at home or in the office, the Torch makes calls the Wi-Fi way at no cost to my employer.THE LETDOWNS[Some of the comments below may or may not apply, depending on the carrier you're using.]- The App Store Not so excellent, not too many selections and a lot of premium' apps doing things that lots of free apps or significantly less pricey apps would do in an Android or Apple environment. - Paid GPS and other services. GPS does not need 3G or any connection to the phone company to do what GPS does. My in-car GPS takes me from here to there, updates its maps (for free) whenever I connect it to my laptop and it gives me real-time traffic updates. And I don't pay one dime in subscriptions. GPS should be free. - Many More premium' Services I be with you that phone companies want to make as much money as they possibly can but competition is tough and I esbatlish no incentive to take advance of paid radio' or similar offers. - The Battery Without watching movies, just a small bit of Web browsing and regular phone and mail, the Torch would need daily recharges. It would go for 2-3 days with phone and email (no browsing) only. A longer battery life would have been nice.MY RATING (4.5 stars)I will round this up to 5 stars because I am really lucky with my Torch. There are some real issues when it comes to apps' and services other than phone and mail but, from my point of view, they don't matter to me much. Yes, the battery is a concern and at time I worried about running out of juice in a place where a revitalize was no possible, but all the other weak' features I don't miss because I don't use them. The Torch is my business' phone and just about everything that impacts my business is done well. >> Brush your teeth, it's the law!

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