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Blackberry torch 9800:

Present three alternative choices from three different carriers and three different manufacturers. All must have the requirements listed below.

Phone Name/Carrier
Blackberry Torch 9800(I have no idea what is meant by Carrier)

These are the requirements needed:

*send and receive phone calls
*send and receive texts
on screen keyboard or physical keyboard
*can tether a computer to it
*runs apps
*basic data plan
*cheap texts and phone calls to three people
*camera

Requirements that I pasted:
-Touch screen and a slide out QWERTY keyboard
-Messenger
-5 MP autofocus camera with LED flash and VGA video recording
-Blackberry apps
-$15 for 200 MB of wireless data or $25 for 2 GB

(I still need more requirements, Please help)

Advantages:
-Maximized Multimedia
-Integrated social feeds
-Fast and rich browsing
-5.8 hours of talk time, and 30 hours of music playback
-Built-in GPS with BlackBerry maps preloaded
-Bluetooth v2.1 and microUSB v2.0
-Document viewer
-Optical Trackpad

Disadvantages:
-No document editing without a paid upgrade
-No web browser Flash support
-Loudspeaker way too quiet
-Expensive(Pricey)
-No FM radio
-No dedicated video-call camera

  • SmartPhone Help - ,

    carrier means like (t-mobile, verizon) what company?

  • SmartPhone Help - ,

    Oh thanks, so that would be blackberry right?
    Also what other requirements?

  • SmartPhone Help - ,

    no it wouldn't does the blackberry torch come from at&t or t-mobile? trying check the sites like (the official carrier's site and see if they have the blackberry torch.
    AT&T
    T-Mobile
    Verizon Wireless
    Sprint

    those are the most popular cellphone cariers.

  • SmartPhone Help - ,

    Thanks so much:)

  • SmartPhone Help - ,

    And yeah I think blackberry torch comes from At&T:)

  • SmartPhone Help - ,

    I have one of these and love it. I'm working on it now. (Mine is from Taiwan Mobile, however).

    I can edit documents, but can't create new ones without paying. Usually, I just clear an old document and viola....I have a new one.

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