This scaled down Flash lets you view online video including YouTube. albeit
in less than pristine quality he Torch is a phone of firsts. First RIM handset to feature a multi-touch screen. First to include the new BlackBerry 6 OS, bringing with it a wealth of welcome and long overdue features. Could it be the first to directly challenge the iPhone 4 and Android smartphones too? In a word: no.
The BB6 interface is split into four sections:
Favourites, Media, Videos and Pictures. Flicking between them is easy with the multi*touch screen, but it lacks the overall slickness of HTC Sense or Apple iOS 4. At 3.2 inches the screen is a decent size and it's fine for viewing online videos, using However the 480x360-pixel resolution seems woefully foggy next to the pin-sharp, vivid screens on the iPhone 4 or Samsung Galaxy S Similarly, the 624MHz processor seems tortoise-like compared to IGHz rivals.
The five-megapixel camera takes respectable images, you can record video at up to 25fps in 640x480 resolution and the music player is improved. So it's the most advanced BlackBerry yet. but Google and Apple have little to lose sleep over, except for one thing: browse the web, play tunes and films and keep the N Wi-Fi turned on, and the battery on this still lasts nearly two days. Try doing that on an iPhone or HTC Desire ...