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    Differences between the Torch 9860 and the Torch 9850

    It has been a little confusing with all of these new new devices coming out. I thought it would be nice to have a little comparison for those that were confused including myself. I have put together some things that I have found, it looks as though the main differences are slightly better battery life on the 9850, raised buttons , and CDMA vs GSM.

    9860
    1230 mAh removable/rechargeable lithium-ion battery
    Talk time: Up to 4.7 hours (GSM®), up to 6.8 hours (UMTS®)1
    Standby time: Up to 13.9 days (GSM), up to 13.5 days (UMTS)
    Music playback: Up to 44 hours
    Video playback: Up to 6.6 hours

    9850
    1230 mAh removable/rechargeable lithium-ion battery
    Talk time: Up to 6.8 hours (CDMA), up to 6.1 hours (UMTS)1
    Standby time: Up to 13.4 days (CDMA), up to 11.8 days (UMTS)
    Music playback: Up to 50.2 hours
    Video playback: Up to 6.6 hours
    Have you noticed anything else?



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    One, the 9860 will be considered a 4G phone based on what AT&T and T-Mobile define as 4G. The 9850 will not be considered a 4G phone

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    Nice find



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    Cool

    One can only hope Verizon will carry the 9860.

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    Rumor has it that it will.



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    They definitely will... Verizon has just been too busy kissing Android *** lately... soo annoying... I almost wish RIM didn't give them any BlackBerry devices...

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    I looking forward to AT&T getting the 9850. I'm really liking that one. Much thinner than my Torch, maybe means lighter too.

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    awesome

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