One of the latest phones released by RIM last year was the Blackberry Torch 9810, but its release was not met with much interest by even some of the biggest Blackberry followers. One of its main reasons could be the looks which is quite similar to the Blackberry Torch 9800.
Lets take a look at both these devices in detail and find out if it is a copy of its previous version.
Similarities and Differences between the Blackberry 9810 with 9800
The Blackberry 9810 and the 9800 are very similar to each other in terms of appearance and have similar dimensions of 111 x 62 x 14.6 mm. Both of them inherit a QWERTY keypad and an amazing touchscreen.
Differences between both these devices, lies in their software as the Torch 9810 being an upgraded version of the 9800, has improved features when it comes to functionality, performance and speed. The Torch 9810 uses an operating system of Blackberry 7, which allows the unit to run fast, even with multiple apps opened.
One of the greatest negatives that the Torch 9800 has is its tendency to lag it times, mostly when you have multiple apps open at one instance. This problem is eliminated in the Torch 9810, giving faster output in terms of web browsing, offered by 14.4 Mbps on downloading and 2 Mbps on uploading speed.
Hardware of the 9810 includes a 1.2 GHz single-core CPU, Adreno 205 GPU, with 760 MB of RAM, and storage capability of 8GB that can be expanded using a microSD card, making it an amazing device to own. Graphics has also been refined, as the device sports an accelerated graphics UI which Blackberry dubbed as Liquid Graphics and its 480 x 640 pixel display. Touch sensitivity of the device has also improved variably due to the presence of Liquid Graphics technology, making the much phone more responsive compared to the 9800.
Blackberry is able to preserve things it found success while willing to make changes to improve the performance of smartphones they are manufacturing, whose solid proof is the Blackberry Torch 9810. Both these devices may have similar display and design but performance of the Torch 9810 is way above its predecessor, keeping it one step ahead compared to other mobile phones released by competitors using RIM technology today.