papapapapapa, 25 Mar 2012Hi Everyone, Just wanted to know as i have got the Blackberry Torch 9800 is it a 3g Enbaled phoneyeah its 3g
Just wanted to know as i have got the Blackberry Torch 9800 is it a 3g Enbaled phone
Ive got this BB9800 since April 2011 and still using to date. Thid BB helps me a lot specially while I am travelling to communicate with my family back home thru chating like YM. Surfing the net was also superb and used this in other countries I visited. It helps me also to navigate while I am driving in the Philippines using BB maps which you can choose the shortest or normal route to reach your destination. Here in Algeria, it also works excellent and using this phone for internet. The camera and vedio quality is very clear as well as the music which I am using this while I am travelling. I am very happy with my BB. You can update frequently as well via with your computer thru the net the available applications which a lot and depends on your taste. I am planning to buy same BB for a gift to my kid who is graduating this April. Kept it up BB..
i am getting a blackberry tortch 9800 to night and i canit wait i have had a blackberry curve befor got sick of that so i went to a windows phone but hate them so i am getting a blackberry torch 9800 and i hope there are good :D
i currently own a 9800 torch an i must say its pretty but verrry slow and since i am a sea man i can tell its very frustrating when i am trying to log on to the net for hours...i think this is the end of black berry
I like my blackberry torch 9800 but the only concern I have is that its draining the battery I need to charge most of the time, it wont last very long. I need to charge very often or i turn off and remove the battery so i have enough to text when Im in travel. please help why is my phone draining my battery..
chuka, 11 Mar 2012I just bought a bb 9800 nd I cant insert my sim card on it, I have tried to figure out where I... morei think its like the iphone 4s, you must cut the end of your sim card to make it short.. my brother and cousin cut their sim bfore they insert it. they have iphone 4s and 4..
chuka, 11 Mar 2012I just bought a bb 9800 nd I cant insert my sim card on it, I have tried to figure out where I... moreHi there, remove the back cover then remove the battery under the memory card slot you will see the sim card slot. Hope this helps
I just bought a bb 9800 nd I cant insert my sim card on it, I have tried to figure out where I should insert the sim but to no avail. Any useful info pls. Its funny but its serious
I have a bb 9800 torch, and its an excellent phone except for the fact that I can't make or receive calls, it shows SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE ERROR general error. This concerns me coz many blacberry's has this software problem
superb!!!!!!!!!...this is my 2nd month i'm using it...nooo problem at all!!!
is it normal for my blacberry torch 9800 the frequent shutting off of power and return after a few seconds? Also the battery easily drain even if it is newly charge.
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2012They Say torch 9800 has a battery that stays for 2 days with a lot of talk time
Is dat right ... moreThe battery life issue seems to be a hot topic here :-)
I've seen some other people complaint about the battery life of the BB-9800 but when I go through them, they are not many having this problem, so I guess it is a matter of "fine tuning" the options of the phone to get the most out of the battery.
I'm getting almost 2 full days out of mine (8 months old) and I have 3 active emails, facebook, news feeds on all the time plus switching bluetooth whenever I'm driving and very little use of the maps during the day. I also check some internet pages from time to time during the day using 3G/2G as it is available, and WiFi at night when I'm back home.
So I'd give the BB-9800 battery a high mark (if not full) compared to other high end models from other manufactures (namely in my case, iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy SII). they might have better options in other fields, but in the battery life department, the onyl device that managed to beat the BB-9800 is Nokia N8 (which is in my book the best ever made mobile phone regardless of the attack on Symbian OS, but that's not the topic here).
One of the strange things that made a difference while I was searching for the best tuning for the battery was switching off the auto time update (which I don't think many people actually need it as it is handy only if you are the kind of person that usually has breakfast in a certain time zone then catch a plane for a business lunch in another time zone, and again get on the plane to catch some late night show in a third one) :-) But seriously, it made a difference and I have no explanation to it at all.
The bottom line, BB-9800 has a great battery if it is tuned properly to your actual use.
artist, 24 Jan 2012it has 2 main bad things...
1- u can not selectively mark photos.
2 - u can not save ur phon... moreDear friend...
1) You actually CAN make multiple photos selection. Go the gallery that you want, choose "select" from the menu and you'll notice that each photo (or video) icon will now have a small square in the top left side, from here you can either select the ones you want by touching them or using the track pad to move to each one and pressing it.
2) For the contact save to the memory card, I would not recommend doing this even if you found a third party software that can do it. I have several devices and tried to do that (just for the purpose of checking) and it's a mixed bag result, it works some times (mostly with Nokia devices) and fails many others (Android messes the transfer and iPhone 4S doesnt read the file from the first place). I have also tried doing a bluetooth sync and had the same results (but with the iPhone, is didn't even pair with the BB as a data transfer device). Bluetooth syn also worked with my Garmin car navigator fine, but when I tried to sync with built in car phone it took only the "mobile" number field, the other numbers assigned to the contacts (like the home and office numbers) were skipped. So again, better do it through the computer sync using Outlook or windows contacts as a common ground as many different OS mobiles are communicating with these software better than directly between mobile phones.
I have this phone, and no you can not update it to OS7, also this guy is right. Blackberry Torch 9800 supports only 3.6 MBs HSDPA (high speed download), and it does not support HSUPA (high speed upload). Max speed is arround 300kbs. Informations stated in this review are not correct. Also on official website you can find this:
Tri-Band 3G UMTS network: 2100/1900/850/800
Quad-band GSM/GPRS networks: