Blackberry Touch (Monaco / Monza) vs Torch 2
Blackberry Touch (Monaco / Monza) and Torch 2 are two of the Blackberry’s 2011 releases. Both Touch and Torch 2 are touch-screen phones. Blackberry has finally caved in to the market pressure and has come out with big features in its 2011 releases. Both the phones have 1.2 GHz processor and higher internal memory. Both the phones also will run the latest Blackberry 6.1 OS. With OS 6.1, to log in to the system users need a Blackberry ID, which can be used to access cloud service as well. Blackberry is also introducing NFC with the latest OS.
Blackberry Touch has two variations one is Monaco, it is for US carrier Verizon and Monza is for global market. Monaco and Monza are internal code names.
Torch 2 is similar in design to its predecessor Torch and has 3.2 inch 640 x480 pixels capacitive touch screen and powered by 1.2 GHz processor with 512 MB RAM. It also features 5 MP rear camera with LED flash and 8GB internal memory. For network connectivity it’s compatible with Quad-band GSM and Tri-band HSPA. Due to the slider design it is bit bulky and thick (14.6 mm).
Difference between Blackberry Touch (Monaco / Monza) and Torch 2 (Spec need confirmation)
1. Touch is a full touch screen candy bar while Torch 2 is a vertical slider like its previous version
2. Touch is thinner than Torch 2 and the display also larger
3. Touch has a high resolution WVGA (800 x 480) display while the Torch 2 display resolution is 640 x 480