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BlackBerry Torch 9850 available on Verizon September 8th for $199.99

Right after launching the Bold 9930 a couple weeks ago, Verizon’s now preparing to send out its second BlackBerry 7-powered device, the Torch 9850, this Thursday for $199.99 on a brand new two-year contract. This 1 acts as the spiritual successor towards the Storm two thanks to a 3.7-inch full-touch WVGA design, a 1.2GHz Snapdragon core, 5-megapixel camera, and support for global HSPA roaming (although you won’t find any LTE here).

The September 8th date is on the web only - if you would like to check it out in stores initial, you’ll come across it there on September 15th.

Verizon will probably be providing its latest touchscreen BlackBerry handset within this week! The BlackBerry Touch 9850 will probably be obtainable in Verizon Wireless’ online shop on September 8, even though it is going to hit retails retailers on the 15th.

The smartphone functions a 1.2GHz processor, a 3.7-inch touchscreen, BlackBerry 7 OS, a “Global Ready” quad-band mobile radio, a 5-megapixel camera with flash, 720p HD video recording capabilities, pre-installed 16GB microSD card (expandable to 32GB), GPS, WiFi, and Bluetooth. It also has high-performing Liquid Graphics technologies, the latest BlackBerry Mesenger, and next-gen BlackBerry browser with optimizing zooming, panning, and HTML five powers.

Verizon might be selling the Touch 9850 at $200 with two-year contract. That is $50 much more than what Sprint is offering, but $50 less than Verizon’s own BlackBerry Bold 9930. Either way, the price differences would not matter simply because the phone caters to individuals who remain loyal to BlackBerry.
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