It is a well-known fact that Blackberry gained much popularity because it is not just a basic mobile device but it is a PDA as well. It became famous for its ability to send and receive push e-mail along with an offering of a number of great messaging features. Some of the messaging features included in the handsets are auto-correct, text prediction, keyboard shortcuts and various others.
Blackberry also has the credit in its name for introducing the QWERTY keypad. Various people at first did not like it because of its bulky design, but finally was appreciated by those who need to type faster without any mistake. Nowadays, almost every manufacturer offers a mobile that has a QWERTY keypad on board, be it virtual or otherwise. BlackBerry indisputably provided consumers with various exceptional mobiles that catered to their needs. Today, let us take a closer look at the BlackBerry Torch and BlackBerry Curve 3G.
The Torch is not designed as the usual BlackBerry tool. It features a slide out QWERTY keypad which is not offered in any earlier models by RIM up until now. Finally BlackBerry gave in to the demands of its consumers and came up with a slider tool which only goes to show that they are over willing to alter to the changing demands of their consumers.
The BlackBerry Torch is definitely an amazing device with a slider keypad as all of us expect is in full QWERTY. It also offers a touch screen which basically provides consumers the choice to make use of the virtual keypad in case they wish to use the virtual keyboard. Comparing the BlackBerry Torch and BlackBerry Curve 3G, the former has a much bigger touch screen display measuring 3.2 inches. The screen has a resolution of 360 x 480 pixels making it in line with Blackberry’s earlier releases.
It is also featured with Wi-Fi connectivity but however, its accessibility is carrier dependent while on the other hand, EDGE and 3G is available for data connectivity. It also offers a 5 mega pixel camera that comes with auto-focus and LED flash.
One of the most admired and popular releases of BlackBerry mobile devices is the Blackberry Curve. A year after it was introduced, RIM has finally included some upgrades in to the handset. THE upgrades being the availability of 3G and GPS on the newer version – the BlackBerry Curve 3G. Its features are exceptional like it was with its predecessor. However it is safe to say that it is an enhanced tool. Unlike the earlier Curve, now it is obtainable in Black and Red which provides consumers with an option to pick any of the two color that will suit them the best.
The Curve 3G is attributed with a display that measures 2.46 inches and supports a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. Comparing the BlackBerry Torch and BlackBerry Curve 3G, we can conclude that the Torch offers a similar resolution of 360 x 480 pixels.
It is a tough job to decide upon which handset to buy but to come to a conclusion between the BlackBerry Torch and BlackBerry Curve 3G depends on consumer’s daily needs and lifestyle. It is usually up to the consumers to decide upon which device will suit them the most. BlackBerry has been in the mobile industry for the longest time and it would be quite fair to say that whichever mobile you chose, it is sure that it will deliver all that is expected from a BlackBerry device.