Josh, 05 Jan 2012I had a htc wildfire which i could use as a hotspot for my pc with wifi, 3 weeks ago i bought ... more@Josh : Wifi hotspot option will be available on Torch 9810 once it’s updated to 7.1 which is not officially announced yet but the leaked version is available online. I would suggest you wait for the official update.
Hi, does anyone know if they will release this phone in white in South Africa??
Just a quick opinion, What is best reccomended. Torch 9810 or the bold 9900? Major core differences is the NFC and the slide functions. I am more concerned about the browsing and the time it takes to search or navigate. Am a curve user now and want to upgrade.
Always know BB's had an issue with battery life. Other than that? an inside of the negatives and positive's of both smartphones from end users as your selves would be much appreciated. Thanks.
Josh, 05 Jan 2012I had a htc wildfire which i could use as a hotspot for my pc with wifi, 3 weeks ago i bought ... morecheck the roms, update the os for example via desktop software with computer and USB cable, isn't it?
check applications on internet and on App World.
I had a htc wildfire which i could use as a hotspot for my pc with wifi, 3 weeks ago i bought the torch 9810 can it be used as a wifi hotspot,if so how?
Bryce, 03 Jan 2012Hey.. I just wanna find out. ive been reading alot of bad things on GSM Arena re the Galaxy SI... moreThanks guys, much appreciated! Cant believe the 9810 doesnt even come with a memory card! WTF? Cheap cheap @$$'$!
Omar, 25 Dec 2011should i buy the torch 9810 or the HTC Sensation or the Samsung galaxy s2 ?samsung galaxy sll
Hey.. I just wanna find out. ive been reading alot of bad things on GSM Arena re the Galaxy SII. I have had a Torch 9800 in the past and wasnt too happy with it. Now i have the option of a 9810 or a Galaxy SII? Dont mind the cost implications or the fact the SII does not have BIS or BBM. Thanks
GSMarena has given this a below average ringing volume,,it cant be that bad else it would be not classed as a mobile phone...Its its basic capacity as a phone to send and recieve phone calls.
Omar, 25 Dec 2011should i buy the torch 9810 or the HTC Sensation or the Samsung galaxy s2 ?it actually depends on what you want to use your phone for. maybe go to the shop try it and decide
Omar, 25 Dec 2011should i buy the torch 9810 or the HTC Sensation or the Samsung galaxy s2 ?Depends on your personal preferences. The 9810 is a slider with a physical keypad and two virtual keypads and runs off BB OS 7, which is good. The HTC and S2 are slabs running Android Gingerbread, which is also good.All three can do a lot of the same things. Maybe the Sensation is different, but in general it's been my experience that HTC has great media features, terrible battery life, and so so signal strength. The S2 is a great device overall. If you like apps, Android Market has tons more apps then BB App World. I like BB OS and sliders so I have the 9810. Maybe someone else could give you more info beyond what I said. If you can, go to a store and try them out and get a feel for each. They are all good devices.
Anonymous, 25 Dec 2011I just waNna know what happens to your Blackberry when they say you have to REBOOT your phone ... moreIt's the same thing as a battery pull. It does a hard re-start of the device and that's it.
should i buy the torch 9810 or the HTC Sensation or the Samsung galaxy s2 ?
I just waNna know what happens to your Blackberry when they say you have to REBOOT your phone when you want to upgrade an app!!
SuperVai, 23 Dec 2011guys if you have problem with battery or short life, why not you try sunglobal battery if your... moreThe problem with those non OEM high capacity batteries like those of Sunglobal is that every time you do a hard re-start or battery pull, you will need to re-program the battery. It's a security feature RIM uses that's a real hastle because those higher capacity batteries would be great.
my phone fell and it is not working the touch on the phone is not working
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2011Torch 9810 απδ bold 4, which is betterHere's my response to that question that was asked before.
Outside of the form factors being different, they are pretty much the same, the exception being that the 9900 has NFC capabilities and the 9810 doesn't. I like sliders so I have the 9810. I also like the bigger touchscreen on the 9810 which nakes media and web browsing a better experience. I like the options for keypads on the 9810, but the keypad on the 9900 is the best there is. If you are more of a BB traditionalist, the 9900 form is that and more. I like sliders better. They are both great, just a matter of form factor preference.