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Old 10-25-2010, 03:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a few questions. What are some of the differences you guys noticed when you upgraded from your Bold to Torch. How much better is the web browser? How much more application memory is there? Does it ever freeze up when trying to do multiple things at one time? What else is good about it?
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my bold did not have OS 6
Browser is awsome
300 meg app memory free after installing a few apps, forgot to look when new.
I use multi apps at times and dont notice much of a freeze up.
when BBM groups are super busy, then there might be a slight delay, no worse than my 9700 ever was.

what else is better?
keypad once getting used to it is better with pads or thumbs, i used to use my nail edge on 9700. Bigger screen, pinch zoom, slide to switch chats, better camera.

if still on AT&T, try it for 30 days with OS 246, return if you dont like it
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