BlackBerry Curve series has done a Pretty good job in recent times and BlackBerry may be looking at it as a little ray of hope for there survival in the smart phone market. The new BlackBerry Curve 9320 is still a baby in terms of specifications and features but surely an improvement over Curve 8520. Here a look at what’s inside this entry level QWERTY communicator.
Size and Design:
Curve 9320 has got a sleek and glossy design. The black body has brushed metal tones and a curved back which fits nicely in the palm. It weighs just 103 gram and 12.7mm thick. The size is very much similar to other BlackBerry communicators around having a width of 60mm and about 109mm of length. It features a touch sensitive optical track pad.
It features a n old 65K TFT color display having a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The screen size is 2.44 inch with a pixel density of 164ppi. Off-course not a display to be proud of but that’s what you would expect with an entry level BlackBerry smart phone.
The 2 MP camera in Curve 9220 was a disappointment but we welcome the 3.15MP camera with resolution of 2048×1536 pixels and LED flash. It also features image stabilization and geo-tagging.
Processor and OS:
It features the BlackBerry’s new OS, v7.1 which allows for much improvement performance and features such as BlackBerry Tag which with help of NFC allows you to invite your friends to BBM and exchange contacts.
Connectivity features include Wi-FI, Support for EDGE, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and microUSB v2.0
The phone has 512MB of RAM and same amount of ROM. The external memory can be extended up to 32GB via microSD memory card.
It features Standard Li-Ion 1450 mAH battery which is quiet a bulky one for phone with not that high ended features. It is capable of providing up to 7h of talk time and up to 30h of non stop music play.