We thought it’d be a while before we’d see the technology to allow for disappearing phones but it looks like BlackBerry Curve 9320’s bought on T-Mobile will allow you to do just that.
Earlier today it looks like Crackberry spied an ‘accessories’ page for the Curve 9320 on T-Mobile’s site, semi-confirming the phone’s existence. The link to said page now directs to a ‘Sorry! Not found’ type message so it looks like someone slipped up and the page got taken down. Not before Crackberry took a screengrab of the list though.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 which looked to be outed in a RIM roadmap leak awhile back, has some mid to low-end specs befitting of the BlackBerry Curve range. The leaked specs for the BlackBerry Curve 9320 say that it’ll feature a 2.4-inch QVGA screen (non-touch by the look of it) a 3.2-megapixel camera and a full Qwerty keyboard.
The leaked document has no mention of an NFC chip, so it looks like the BlackBwerry Curve 9320 won’t be able to work with BlackBery Tag.
While BlackBerry 10 phones like the London will be making for big ground at the high end of the market, RIM knows there’s money to be made towards the lower end too and the Curve 9320 looks to spearhead this effort.
We’ve done some asking around at T-Mobile and BlackBerry for official lines and more info and we’re waiting to hear back.