SponsoredYour Last Chance to Check Out the BlackBerry Holiday Hall of FameStudio@Gizmodo11/21/11 11:59amFiled to: BlackBerry HolidayKotakuHeadlineAdvertisementEditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Just in case you missed last week's BlackBerry Holiday Hall of Fame series on Gizmodo, we've conveniently compiled it right here for you. Click through the gallery above to check out all of BlackBerry's new devices, and find the one that's perfect for your needs. Think of it as an early holiday gift. Really, it's the least we could do. BlackBerry Torch 9800/9810For those who like to take the hands-on approach, the BlackBerry Torch 9800/9810 is the world's first smartphone with a full touch screen and BlackBerry keyboard. The all-in-one design also houses the incredibly powerful BlackBerry 7 OS and a 1.2 GHz processor, so you can run smooth new features including voice-activated universal search and Augmented Reality. The BlackBerry Torch 9800/9810 also has a 5MP camera so you can take your photography and sharing habits with you wherever you go. Or if you're more of a cinematographer, you can shoot videos in beautiful 720p HD. Then you can easily upload your photos and videos to any and all of your favorite social networks. And, to ensure you enjoy sharing your videos much as you did shooting them, the new BB7 OS browser supports HTML5 video and provides seamless loading, scrolling and zooming. Advertisement Advertisement Head here to get the latest info on all of BlackBerry's new devices. BlackBerry Torch 9850/9860Entertainment lovers on the go just found their new favorite phone. The all-touch Torch 9850/9860 features a 3.7" screen enhanced by high-resolution 800x480 WVGA pixel color display—making it one of the largest and most beautiful screens on the market. And you can really take full advantage of all that space, because it features the all-new BlackBerry 7 OS which lets you browse the Internet on the lightning-fast BlackBerry Browser. So whether you're trying to share 5MP photos and 720p HD video, or stream your favorite YouTube channel—it's all just a finger tap away. And just cause the Torch 9850/9860 is so friggen' pretty, doesn't mean it's superficial. It's powered by a 1.2 GHz processor, 756 MB RAM and a 4GB on-board flash memory. So the only limits of the Torch 9850/9860 are just how fast you can think up your next activity. Sponsored Head here to get the latest info on all of BlackBerry's new devices. BlackBerry CurveSocial media scholars, networking experts and Internet addicts have the perfect tether to their worlds with the palm-fitting BlackBerry Curve. With Wi-Fi, the latest edition of BBM and access to even more apps, being left out is practically impossible. Whether it's Twitter or Facebook, a full QWERTY keyboard ensures you can easily say everything you need to say—and say it right. Plus, A 5MP flash-enabled camera and the newest BlackBerry Browser mean you can share your world beautifully and easily. Whether you're watching videos with the help of the Browser's HTML 5 compatibility or scrolling to find your favorite pithy comment, the BlackBerry Curve can keep up with any task. Of course, it's all thanks to the next-generation BlackBerry 7 OS, which is faster than ever before. Advertisement Advertisement Head here to get the latest info on all of BlackBerry's new devices. BlackBerry BoldThe all-new BlackBerry Bold boasts outstanding features like a new, high-resolution touchscreen and 720p HD video recording. To power everything, the Bold series packs a 1.2 GHz processor, paired 768 MB of RAM—which makes sure apps and programs run faster than ever. Meanwhile, BlackBerry 7 OS chugs away silently in the background to ensure your multitasking experience is as seamless as it is battery-saving. For sharing, the BlackBerry Bold comes with a full QWERTY keyboard, a 5.0 MP camera and 8 GB of internal memory. Plus there's a microSD card slot that supports up to 32GB of storage, so you can easily hold on to photos, documents and more. Or unburden yourself and your phone by uploading everything over dual-band Wi-Fi. Oh yeah, and it's still the smallest BlackBerry ever. Advertisement Head here to get the latest info on all of BlackBerry's new devices. BlackBerry PlayBookWhen it comes to tablets with unbridled power, few can match the BlackBerry PlayBook. Besides access to a vast app market (many of which you can run at the same time), it also supports Adobe® Flash 10.2 and HTML5. Which is to say, a 1GHz dual-core processor and a smooth operating system ensure that the PlayBook can multitask and brows the Internet just as fast as you can. And when you tether your PlayBook to your BlackBerry phone via the BlackBerry Bridge, you automatically sync up your BBM, Calendar, Contacts, Memo Pad, Messages and Tasks. It adds another layer of functionality that allows you to switch from watching a movie to responding to an email from your superiors by simply looking at the other screen. Every update is instantaneous and takes full advantage of the PlayBook's speed. And when you're connected to Wi-Fi, you can even video chat with other PlayBook owners via a 3MP front-facing camera—or just upload photos you've taken with the 5MP rear-facing camera. Advertisement Advertisement Head here to get the latest info on all of BlackBerry's new devices.