5. Blackberry Torch 9800
One of this Blackberry's main selling points is the revamped BlackBerry OS 6. It brings a better multimedia experience, an enhanced browser, universal search and an improved user interface.
The 9800 comes with a full keyboard and a hi-resolution touchscreen. The 3.2 inch display with 360 x 480-pixel resolution provides users with a desktop-like browsing experience. It's bright and clear enough for viewing video, photos and web pages. The Torch comes packed with a polishing cloth, a wired stereo headset, a 4GB microSD card and a USB cable.
This device also comes with a unique design and an optical track-pad. The shape of the Torch is a mix between Blackberry Bold and Blackberry Storm. Weighing in at 5.7 ounces and measuring 4.4 x 2.4 x 0.6 inches, this device feels very solid yet short and thin enough to be easily slipped into a pants pocket.
The variety of available applications is very impressive, including Slacker Radio content, The Weather Channel, ESPN and Bloomberg. It also includes AT&T's Web Video Search, group messaging and Universal Search. You also get a five megapixel camera with image stabilization and auto focus, and the usual essentials: Proximity sensor, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi and 3G. The BlackBerry Torch's battery will last you well over a day on a single charge.
The Blackberry Torch 9800 comes with a price tag of $199.99