The BlackBerry Torch is the first ‘touch QWERTY’ BlackBerry, with a full touchscreen and slide-out keyboard. It runs the new BlackBerry OS 6 software, and has an app built in to aggregate social feeds from Twitter, Facebook and MySpace. Music-wise, its features have been overhauled, with a whizzier player and a search function that can find songs stored within apps like Slacker and 7Digital. There’s also something called Wi-Fi Music Sync which lets users browse their iTunes library from the device, and create playlists to be transferred wirelessly from their computers.

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