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The BlackBerry Torch 9810 is a successor to last year's Torch 9800. It has a similar design, but offers improved specs and the new OS 7.
The Torch 9810 packs in a higher 640x480 VGA resolution that results in a more pixel-dense display when compared to its predecessor.
A 5-megapixel camera lens that can shoot 720p HD video graces the back along with an LED flash. The plastic backing here gives the phone a less than premium feel.
The Torch 9810's dimensions are the same as the 9800 at around 0.6 inch thick.
At the top of the Torch 9810 are the mute and screen lock buttons.
The Torch 9810 placed next to the Torch 9800. The 9810 is on the left and the 9800 is on the right.
The Torch 9810 claims to have a slightly wider keyboard, but it still feels the same as before. It's quite compact, and feels a bit smaller and thinner than we would like. Still, the keys are sufficiently raised for easy typing.
At around 5.68 ounces, the Torch 9810 is a bit bulkier than other BlackBerry handsets.