BlackBerry Curve 9320 press shots surface

BlackBerry Curve 9320 press shots surface
RIM’s upcoming low-end smartphone, the BlackBerry Curve 9320, hasn’t been announced yet, but has been spotted in the wild on a few occasions, once even with a blue paint job. Now, it looks like it has sat down for some official press shots.

There really isn’t anything here that will blow you out of the water, but The Verge did get a hold of three press images of the upcoming handset. As you can see it sports a classic BlackBerry design, complete with its ubiquitous QWERTY keyboard. The device does sport clean, curved lines, but overall, only BlackBerry fans will probably truly appreciate this device.

The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is rumored to sport a 2.44 QVGA non-touchscreen display, single-core processor, 512 MB RAM, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, microSD card slot, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. Rumors suggest this handset will be targeted at first time smartphone users. BlackBerry World is coming up next week, so we’ll probably get the official word then.



source: The Verge

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Curve 9320
  • Display 2.4" 320 x 240 pixels
  • Camera 3.2 MP
  • Battery 1450 mAh(7.00h talk time)

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10 Comments

1. jbash

Posts: 345; Member since: Feb 07, 2011

just die already, if your not going to release a competitive product than you need to just ride off into the sunset. At least palm went down fighting.

9. sgtdisturbed47

Posts: 966; Member since: Feb 02, 2012

This handset should be great for the 5 people still using Blackberry.

2. dejahu

Posts: 35; Member since: Feb 01, 2012

Great, another blackberry curve that looks pretty much identical to the last one.

3. Berzerk000

Posts: 4275; Member since: Jun 26, 2011

This is good for the typical texter who doesn't need/want anything special. RIM needs to launch a BB10 phone with at least dual-core, 1-1.5 GB of RAM, 8 MP camera with good software and lens, and the BB10 interface itself needs to be fresh and innovative in order for it to pull itself out of the grave. It should be kind of like what HTC is doing for the One series, except with Blackberry. Curve for a low-end, not anything special device, Bold for a mid-range device more openly viewed by the masses who don't want to give up the QWERTY, and the Torch for it's flagship, appealing to the spec loving people and those who are more comfortable with full touchscreen. All launched at practically the same time, and repeat that process around when a year has passed. Then, they might make a comeback of the ages.

4. GeekMovement unregistered

Looks the same as any other blackberries. RIM: Just please make a device more similar to the Bold 9930 with huge spec improvements and I WILL buy (preferably white with a WHITE track pad)

5. ceepyou

Posts: 68; Member since: Apr 10, 2012

A white trackpad probably will not happen because the trackpad operates by your moving your finger over a tiny infrared camera that according to a BB rep a few years back, also had the capacity to read fingerprints if the software supported it. Putting an opaque white surface on it would render it useless with its current hardware state. http://blogs.blackberry.com/2009/12/inside-the-trackpad-a-blackberry-science-lesson/

7. GeekMovement unregistered

Thanks for the link that is interesting. Maybe in the future when technology brings another miracle we can hope for one. I swear the black trackpad on the white bold was the only flaw in the design.

6. KFear

Posts: 170; Member since: Feb 06, 2012

OH MY GOD!!! QUIT MAKING THE SAME FAILED DEVICE!!!!! Please just die Blackberry. You did it to yourself. The same mistakes every single time.

8. NotaFanBoy

Posts: 10; Member since: Nov 17, 2011

Yup! Another RIM job because they SUCK! Pun intended.

10. A.aoudi

Posts: 125; Member since: Feb 14, 2012

The same ****** device over and over again. This is the dummest mobile company in the universe.

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