BlackBerry Curve 9320 strolls into Mobility Towers

BlackBerry Curve 9320 strolls into Mobility Towers 1

This afternoon, the budget BlackBerry Curve 9320 arrived in our hands here at Mobility Towers.

It is the latest in the Curve line-up and runs the very latest OS 7.1. Research In Motion (RIM) have put in a 2.44″ display, an FM Radio, a 2MP camera, an 806 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM, and a beefy 1450mAh.

OS 7.1 means that Mobile Hotspot and Wi-Fi calling are also aboard. So is 3G. There is also the new dedicated BBM key for easy access to the popular BlackBerry Messenger.

I will be using it as my primary mobile office for the next two weeks, and as is my custom, publish a series of articles on the device.

If you have any specifics that you will like to have us look into in our reviews, please tell us below.

0 thoughts on “BlackBerry Curve 9320 strolls into Mobility Towers”

  1. Great. I have tons of questions.
    1. Whats the battery life while browsing, video and youtube streaming.
    2. How is the speaker volume?
    Thanks in advance.

  2. Now if this device is really affordable, I would not mind getting this just for the benefits that’s due for BB users in this country.

    It has all the basic features you would expect from a smartphone.

  3. How easy is it to type on this keyboard and also do you recommend this device for starters in the BB world? Price range?
    Thanks in advance.

  4. nice device sure to get those wallets open, I would really love to see how this compares to other higher spec’d Blackberry devices. And could you try the group thing on it

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