The BlackBerry Curve 9320 white is the most affordable BlackBerry mobile phone yet, but this is not at all apparent from its well-built style, up to date application, and overall performance. It contains a 806MHz single core processor, 512 MB RAM, a 2.44in 240 x 320 display, 3.2 MP digital camera with LED-Flash feature, Micro-SD card slot facilitates up to 32GB, a micro-USB slot, HSDPA and Wi-Fi connection, a music FM stereo with RDS, and a 1450mAh power supply battery. It runs on the BlackBerry mobile phones Operating System S 7.1 and its dimensions are: 109 x 60 x 12.7 mm, weight 103g.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 white is well placed for achievements, but we cannot see it appealing teenagers away from the pricier Android operating system devices.
The initial look at this device will likely not impress you. Sticking to a conservative style, BlackBerry did not go out on a limb with this device. Overall though this phone is nicely put together and for the price, is one heck of a good deal!
With regards to actual control buttons and slots, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 white did not alter the concept guide. On the other hand, the 3.5-mm sound port has been shifted to the top of the phone, making it much simpler and more efficient to link a couple of headsets to the device. There is also a devoted BlackBerry mobile phones courier key on the left hand side of the BlackBerry Curve 9320 white that immediately releases RIM’s IM app. Experts did not really see the factor of the key, but this will undoubtedly be a significant plus factor for the company’s young potential consumers.
When considering the BlackBerry Curve 9320 white display, it becomes more obvious that this is a low price range phone. That is not to say the display is dreadful – it is a 2.44 inch 320 x 240-display and is vivid enough to please the eye, even though some apps are difficult around the edges. The primary complaint lies within the behaviour of the user controls, and in this era when almost all devices have a touchscreen; we kept anxiously hitting the display of the phone out of habit. Obviously, those people who are used to using the BlackBerry mobile phones in the Curve range won’t discover this problem.
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 white’s key pad, however, is typically great. The BlackBerry Curve 9320 white follows RIM’s custom of offering excellent writing components, and it made delivering e-mails and upgrading our social media sites an overall breeze. It is important to note, on the other hand, that the control buttons are much smaller than those found on Blackberry mobile phones bold model designs, so those with large hands might want to stay away. The back of the BlackBerry Curve 9320 white houses a somewhat underpowered 3.2 MP camera, which although quick and easy to start, is not so great at getting high-quality images.
In short, The BlackBerry Curve 9320 white is a nice, simple smart phone, and is one that is sure to entice Blackberry mobile phones lovers.