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BlackBerry Torch 9810 available on AT&T today for $50

Engadget - The wait is over for BlackBerry fans from coast to coast who happen to use Ma Bell, as the BlackBerry Torch 9810 -- the first of three devices in RIM's fall lineup -- is now available at AT&T stores. All it'll set you back is a respectable $50 (with a two-year commitment, of course), and you'll then be ready to get your OS 7 on along with Liquid Graphics, a full QWERTY keyboard, a 1.2GHz CPU, and more than plenty of the usual RIM features you've come to love or hate. If this phone's flame burns within you, it may be time to head to the source link below.

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Gondee4626d ago

Not worth it. You could get a Samsung Focus for the same price. Its not the hardware in this POS its the software. OH my god, is it slow/shitty

BlackBerry Torch 9810 up for pre-order, illuminating T-Mobile stores November 9th

Engadget - T-Mobile is getting ready for another BlackBerry-flavored spark -- the Torch 9810 is now up for pre-order for the carrier's business customers. The 3.2-inch slider will be bringing its full QWERTY keyboard, 4G, 1.2GHz processor and BlackBerry OS 7 to T-Mobile stores on November 9th for $250 -- after the mail-in rebate and with a two-year plan, naturally.

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Pocket Gamer: BlackBerry Torch 9810 review

Besides the obvious design differences, and the lack of NFC, the Torch and Bold 9900 models are essentially the same.

Each has the same operating system (BlackBerry OS V7) and a 1.2GHz processor.

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Bright Hub - Blackberry Torch 9810 Reviewed

Bright Hub - The Blackberry Torch 9810 is the follow up to the original Torch 9800. Featuring very similar characteristics of original, the Torch 9810 looks impressive on the inside but literally the same on the outside.

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