The FlashTorch is more of a Floodlight.
The main part of the beam (the part focused to a 10mm spot) diverges after the spot at around +/- 35 degrees.
There is also a much fainter halo caused by the direct light from the lamp (the bit that doesn’t hit the reflector), this diverges at around +/-52 degrees.
The novelty in the FlashTorch is that before diverging, the light is converged to around a 10mm spot, 30mm or from the end of the torch reflector. Here, the energy density is incredibly high and able to melt lead, set fire to wood chippings, paper, etc...