We've got two more sets of details on upcoming BlackBerry devices.
On Thursday, RIM posted strong sales and a 45 percent net profit for the three months ending Nov. 27.
Will the BlackBerry Torch 9800 carry on the company’s fading flame, or flicker out entirely?
The incremental upgrades in BlackBerry’s new Torch 9800 won’t win over many Android or iPhone 4 users, but they should prevent BlackBerry loyalists from jumping ship.
RIM’s new BlackBerry Torch 9800 brings the business brand forward as the first device to sport BlackBerry OS 6, the first to support multitouch, and the first truly “hybrid” BlackBerry.
RIM plans to launch the BlackBerry Torch on August 12th on AT&T for $200, with a QWERTY keyboard, BlackBerry 6, and Wi-Fi media syncing.