Blackberry Torch 9800 vs HTC HD7  » Phones  »
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  • Let me tell you it was not the best thing ever
  • The apps were amazing, the phone worked at a fast speed and the internet was also extremely fast
  • It is a full touch screen though, that was the only problem
  • On that note I will add this phone is not cheap, I paid 350 for it and that was and still is an average rate for this phone
  • I enjoyed both phones but, they are both very different and are used for different things

    • by Andrea Landaverry
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      I recently traded out my HTC HD7 for a Blackberry Torch 9800. Let me tell you it was not the best thing ever. The reason I traded them was because I wanted the famous Blackberry Messenger to communicate with my family that is in Guatemala without having to pay so much money to call or text them.

      My HTC was great although it ran off of Windows and Not Android. The apps were amazing, the phone worked at a fast speed and the internet was also extremely fast. It is a full touch screen though, that was the only problem: if anything


      happened to my screen the phone would be ruined. On that note I will add this phone is not cheap, I paid 350 for it and that was and still is an average rate for this phone. The camera was 5megapixels and the flash was amazing. Although I was limited since it was not an Android, the windows market offers an alternative to all the Android apps. The phone was responsive and would lock during my calls. Also, the big screen made it easy to see text, pictures and play games.

      Now I sold this phone and got my Blackberry. One major ...


      • problem is that the phone is unlocked, originally an AT&T phone unlocked to Tmobile. The biggest problem lies there. My internet is so slow I don’t even bother using it but I have to pay it or I can not use the Blackberry Messenger. Of course, when I got it I knew my purpose of getting this phone, for communication. The Blackberry Messenger on it works great, it works just like text messages but, to another country! I love being able to easily keep in touch with my family. However, although the phone does have flash I would say the picture
        quality is about a 7.5. Nothing too great but its not horrible. The screen on the phone is half as big as the HTC’s so the pictures do not even show up as clear. The apps are not too great either. There is a wide variety but no “cool” or “new” apps.

        I enjoyed both phones but, they are both very different and are used for different things. However, I can say that if you do not have internet I would go with a blackberry since most of its functions do not need internet. The HTC is pretty much worthless with no internet




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