RIM introduced at an adventure in London, the BlackBerry 9810 Torch, which is than anything that the successor to the Torch, appeared today at AT&T and will be "available soon" .
Announced on AT&T as " coming soon ", the Torch 9810 is as a direct result of the current Torch 9800 in design, it has a much faster processor (1.2 GHz) and the BlackBerry OS 7. Technical characteristics that will provide AT & T as an experience more quickly and smoothly for users. And navigation should be 40% faster than models with the OS 6 (including the first Torch) and 100% faster than the devices with the OS 5. In addition, the 9810 Torch will be equipped a 5-megapixel camera, a sliding keyboard, a touch screen 640 x 480 HD 3.2-inch Liquid Graphics Technology, which should allow for more fluid animations, 8 GB of memory (expandable to 32 GB) and HSPA
It also will support HD video recording in 720p and embeds a GPS. For now, no price or official release date has been announced but the 9810 would probably cost about $ 200 (with subscription) and be available to by the end of the year.