BlackBerry Torch to hit the markets in August on AT&T?
It's been a while since RIM hasn't make any moves in terms of introducing new gadgets around where there has been an inevitable clash between the iOS and Android OS devices. The reason behind this is due to RIM is working on the next generation of BlackBerry OS, namely the BlackBerry OS 7, which is claimed to boast some awesome 3D gaming experience with movement sensors.
The BlackBerry Torch 2 with the code of 9810 is scheduled to land on AT&T this August, sporting a quite common specification for a BlackBerry device.
BlackBerry Torch 2 Specs:
- Display: 3.2″ VGA – 480 x 640 capacitive touchscreen display
- Processor: 1.2 GHz processor
- Memory: 8GB storage + 768MB RAM + up to 32GB MicroSD
- Camera: 5 MP(Back Camera)
- Connectivity: WiFi + Bluetooth + NFC
- Radio: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE ; Tri-band HSPA 14.4Mbps
- Battery: 1300MAh battery
As stated above, the specs offered by the next gen Torch isn't that much of a cutting edge device, boasting 1.5GHz preocessor and stuff, just on an average basis of smartphones. As Endgadget stated, the BlackBerry Torch 2 has been approved by FCC.
RIM is expected to launch no fewer than seven new devices in the following months.
Will the next BlackBerry OS 7 lift up BlackBerry Torch 2 to compete with other high-end devices? We'll see when it hits the stores.