Research In Motion have announced a sole handset release for the United Kingdom this year; the BlackBerry Curve 9320. In this latest blog, we explain why the future might be looking up for BlackBerry in 2012.
The Curve 9320 is not targeted to compete against the smartphone elite such as the Samsung Galaxy S3, Apple iPhone or HTC One X. Rather RIM’s focus is to provide a mobile for customers who are purchasing a smartphone for the first time. Glancing over the features, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 also appears to look great for existing Curve fans who desire a boost in speed and functionality.
Social Features with BBM
What are the key features about the BlackBerry Curve 9320? Well it was built to have your social life at your fingertips! With a dedicated BlackBerry Messenger key located on the site of the handset, you can shortcut straight to your friends in seconds. BBM has seen some great improvements over the last few updates with the inclusion of BBM Music; where you’re allowed a playlist of 50 songs per month plus all your BBM friends music too! Even if you get bored of your friends music, this BlackBerry device for 2012, has an FM radio so you can keep tuned into the latest sounds.Those who are worried about slow internet speed on the latest BlackBerry Curve 9320, shouldn’t panic as the 3G and Wi-Fi internet access ensure you can Tweet and Facebook at a reliable speed.
BlackBerry Curve 9320 overview
On the surface, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 holds a petite 2.44 inch non touch display with the familiar QWERTY keypad and touch sensitive optical trackpad combo. It’s a safe design that feels sturdy and secure. Under the bonnet there’s a 512 MB processor, offering twice the oomph of the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 and 8520. There’s even a 3.2 megapixel snapper with flash and video recording so you can show your friends across your social media channels, exactly what you’ve been up. The removable 1450 mAh battery also appears efficient, offering 18 days standby time and up to 30 hours continuous music playback. With the latest BlackBerry OS 7.1 preloaded on the Curve 9320 you can control your power output with the Battery Saving Mode app; designed to automatically reduce brightness settings and connectivity at a threshold set by you.
Expect the BlackBerry Curve 9320 to be available in June.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 mobile phone by all means won’t impress those seeking a top of the range smartphone; that’s not its purpose. Instead the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is perfect for those who want an affordable smartphone for the first time. With a range of new features, upgraded operating system and integrated BBM we believe this handset is ideal for text frenzied teenagers.