BlackBerry Torch 9810 launched in India

Torch 9810
By Yousif Abdullah on 29 Aug 2011 10:27 am EDT

It's official–RIM's updated all-in-one slider design has landed in India. The sleek and discreet BlackBerry Torch 9810 follows in the Torch 9800's footsteps, bringing a powerful 1.2Ghz processor and Liquid Graphics to the table, with BlackBerry 7 software atop for good measure. Priced at a cool 27,990 Indian rupees (approx. $600 USD), the BlackBerry Torch 9810 is definitely no slouch and still holds its own against other BlackBerry 7 handsets.

Available from Redington with 18 months warranty, the BlackBerry Torch 9810 is the second BlackBerry 7 powered handset to reach the Indian market, right after the BlackBerry Bold 9900. With a good price and an all-new operating system to boot, the BlackBerry Torch 9810 will likely cater to India's BlackBerry-hungry market, and hopefully encourage further expansion of RIM's portfolio of BlackBerry products in the country.

Source: BBin

Reader comments

BlackBerry Torch 9810 launched in India


Nice. I recently completed The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, nothing better than dashing around with the Pegasus Boots to find some rupees!

On another note, my source tells me that the actual price is 29,990 Rupees. Sorry for the confusion!


Can't wait to try my new favorite real time traffic application on it! Go Sabka Traffic (you better work on this bad boy)!