Blackberry’s social networking phone, the Blackberry Curve 9320 is a sleek-looking device which promises to assure the buyer of a wide range of features to stay connected with friends and family.
The Curve 9320 comes in a bar shape and possesses an easy-to-use QWERTY keyboard. The phone comes packed with the Blackberry 7.1 OS and is backed up by a 512 MB RAM.
The screen above the keypad is a 2.44-inch TFT LCD display with a QVGA resolution of 240 x 320 pixels.
The phone comes with Blackberry Messenger which connects other Blackberry users to each other over the internet.
So that the user can share photos and videos with friends while on the move, the device comes loaded with a 3.2 megapixel rear-facing camera which is backed up by an LED flash for clicking pictures in the dark. The phone is also capable of video recording and possesses a 4x digital zoom. The camera features Geo-tagging capability so that the user can attach geographical locations to photos that are uploaded.
Design phone is quite stylish and sleek in looks and with a weight of 103 g, the phone is quite light in the hand or pocket. The dimensions of the phone are 60 x 109 x 12.7 mm, which make it small and slim as well. Overall, the device has quite an appealing look to it.
The Blackberry Curve 9320 comes with an expandable memory slot up to 32 GB using a micro SD card. The phone is backed up by a 1450 mAh Li-Ion battery which promises the user up to 7 hours of talk time
The device comes packed with adequate features to keep you connected anywhere you go. The Curve 9320 is capable of connecting via GPRS and EDGE technology. For faster browsing, the device can also connect to the 3G network. Additionally, the phone’s WiFi capability allows the user to transfer data at a high rate when located in a wireless network. The phone has a micro USB port and is also capable of transferring files and images through Bluetooth. The Curve 9320 can be tethered to another device with the use of its WiFi-Hotspot facility and also possesses GPS support and can provide the user with their location using Blackberry Maps.