RIM’s latest business-angled BlackBerry smartphone, the BlackBerry 9810, has officially landed in Blighty on Three.
Rocking a dinky 3.2-inch touchscreen which hides beneath it a physical full QWERTY keyboard, the Torch 9810 is a follow-up to last year’s BlackBerry de rigeur, the Torch 9800 (we’re spotting a pattern here) . Under the hood, there’s a 1.2GHz processor and 768MB of RAM, as well as 8GB of storage and a 5MP camera.
Another nifty feature of the 9810 is the integration of BBM with the digital compass, which allow users to find the locations of friends on their contacts list through apps like WikiTude.
The BlackBerry 9810 is available now from Three, free on contracts of £37 per month including unlimited data, 5000 texts and 2000 minutes. Want a better look at what the 9810 has to offer? Have a read of our BlackBerry Torch 9810 review.