RIM BlackBerry Torch 9860 review
RIM takes another stab at a touchscreen-only smartphone, but has the Torch 9860 caught up with the competition or has it already fallen behind the pack? Julian Prokaza finds out in our review.
The screen itself measures 3.7in from corner to corner, with an 800 x 480 pixel resolution, so physically it's a fraction larger than the iPhone's, but not quite as densely packed with pixels as the iPhone 4. The display is still crisp, bright and vibrant though (it has the same 24-bit colour depth as the Bold 9900), and even the default 8pt font used for the application legends on the Home screen is perfectly legible.
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