unlock blackberry torch 9800 – In great demad

Posted by Stefan on December 18th, 2010 in Cell Phones, Uncategorized | No Comments

RIM’s blackberry series is know for great quality keyboard and great emailing facility and the BlackBerry Torch 9800 is not an exception. In addition to these two perrenial strengths, Torch 9800 also has a large number of great features including a decent camera, a touchscreen and a new blackberry 6 operating system.


The plan for the Blackberry Torch comes from AT&T and there is a demand for the unlock blackberry torch 9800. Many people have been asking for the unlock of the blackberry torch 9800 , which further buttress the fact that the phone is in great demand.

The unlocked blackberry torch 9800 is available for $579 at amazon at the time of writing. But if you sign a two year contract with AT & T the phone is available for just $99. In that case the phone will be kind of locked to the AT &T.

So what happens after your contract with AT & T expires ? You would still like to keep the phone and would wish to get it unlocked. It is here that the concept of unlock comes in and many unlockers seem to be doing that for $20 or so.

One of the best strengths of the Blackberry torch is its keyboard. Many people highly appreciate it and rate it better than iPhone because of the qwerty keyboard. The iPhone instead uses touchscreen which does not give a “typing feel”.

The blackberry torch 9800 comes with the same Webkit rendering engine that is used in the browsers in iPhone, Android, Nokia phones. This bakes browsing a smooth experience on the Blackberry.

Blackberry torch 9800 has set the new bottomline in terms of quality and features. Consider this

– Blackberry torch 9800 the first slider BlackBerry.
– Blackberry torch 9800 the first BlackBerry to to get a ‘proper’ touchscreen – no SurePress clicking on the screen anymore.
-Blackberry torch 9800 is the first BlackBerry to get 5 megapixel camera.
– It is alsoirst BlackBerry device model to have BlackBerry 6 operating system

A note about the slider

Crankberry reported interesting fact about the slider in the Blackberry Torch 9800 – the design of the slider keyboard was dictated by AT&T. According to crankberry, AT & T conducted a huge amount of market research and came to the conclusion that users demanded the slider version, and therefore, the Blackberry torch comes with a larger screen and a separate slider keyword, combining best of both the worlds.

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