The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is the latest addition to RIM’s affordable Curve range and the latest mobile phone to be released in the UK from the company since the BlackBerry Bold 9790 which we reviewed earlier this year.
BlackBerry branded mobile phones are fantastic for messaging and the Curve 9320 should appeal to the terminal messenger or email addict. The phone shares many of the traits of RIM’s BlackBerry range, including the full QWERTY keyboard and touch sensitive trackpad for navigation and a BBM hotkey to quickly launch RIM’s instant messaging service.
What is really enticing about the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is the price – it’s just £129 on pay as you go on Orange, yet offers many of the features that RIM is famous for that are found on high-priced phones like the BlackBerry Bold 9900, This includes BlackBerry Messenger, secure email and access to BlackBerry App World for downloading apps including BlackBerry Music and BlackBerry Bridge for tethering to the BlackBerry Playbook.
So what is the BlackBerry Curve 9320 like? Is it a worthy addition to RIM’s smartphone range or too cheap to appeal to anyone? Check out the video review below to find out, or read our extended BlackBerry Curve 9320 review.