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BlackBerry Torch 9800

It’s tough to hold a candle to the BlackBerry Torch (9800) from AT&T and RIM. Its slider form factor gives business users access to a full QWERTY keyboard and boasts the new BlackBerry 6 OS.

Business users can be a hard lot to please, especially when it comes to smartphones. Today’s prosumers typically desire a simple design, complex features, reliable Web access, a solid camera and easy-to-use keyboard. Last March, our Carl Weinschenk polled several analysts and culled a list of the top smartphones that work for business. While those phones are still viable candidates for business users, we’ve updated our list with more new smartphones.

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