RIM, creator of all things BlackBerry has just announced a new device coming to the UK market. Meet the BlackBerry Curve 9320, a baby BB with modest specs.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 steps in at the bottom tier of RIM’s most up-to-date device portfolio lineup, as was detailed on the leaked roadmap we caught wind of earlier this year. The 9320 is engineered to entice new consumers into the BlackBerry ecosystem with its expected low price-point and classic portrait QWERTY BB design.
For an indication of this device’s target market, Sylvia Chind, Three’s head of handsets explains, “The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a great handset for social networking addicts, who want to stay in touch while on-the-go.”
BlackBerry Curve 9320: Key specifications
- 2.44-inch LCD display
- Instant alerts for email and social network updates
- Full QWERTY keypad and optical trackpad
- Access to BlackBerry App World
- Access to 9 million music tracks with BBM Music
- BlackBerry OS 7.1
- Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot functionality
- 1450mAh battery
- Up to 32GB expandable memory
- 3.2-megapixel camera
BlackBerry Curve 9320: Pricing and availability
Three are the first UK carrier to confirm that they will be offering up the BlackBerry Curve 9320 (despite T-Mobile’s previous leak), with free handset availability on their Essential 100 plan and up for pay monthly users. PAYG users can pick the 9320 on Three for £139.99. Read about availability on other UK networks here.