About Blackberry Curve 9320 Black
Blackberry Curve 9320 Black
As with every Smartphone these days, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is aimed at social networks. The Curve 9320 is blessed with good battery life and connectivity, as well as 'social-centric' features that include a dedicated button for BlackBerry's popular BBM instant messaging service. The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is an entry-level Smartphone that packs a 3-megapixel camera and the latest version of the BlackBerry OS. Instant messaging service is designed mainly for the messaging addicts people.
Design and features
The Blackberry Curve 9320 is the latest addition of this flagship brand. It has a number of useful upgrades over its predecessor the 9300 and 8520. It is a reasonable smart looking handset that is made of good quality. As it is a non touch screen handset so the screen should take less punishment. It is a modestly sized phone with dimensions of 109x60x12.7 mm.
The headphone socket is on the left side to the top making it much easier to put in your pocket with headphones attached. The left edge is also home to a dedicated BBM button, giving you instant access to your friend's chit chat. Another addition is that of LED to accompany the camera. On the right edge there are volume, play/pause and camera buttons on the right edge, MicroUSB on the left and the screen lock up on top. There is also a MicroSD slot to expand the storage under the battery cover.
Screen and keyboard
It offers an impressive 2.44 inch screen having TFT LCD display to enjoy great viewing. You will enjoy better viewing at a resolution of 320x240 resolution. The viewing angles are clever. Blackberry has excellent keyboards. Each and every key has a unique defined action with next to no wobble and a near perfect layout. As ever the call quality is very efficient.
Performance and interface
It has improved processor of 800MHz as compared to previous budget Blackberry's with 512 MB RAM. It's the first to ship with the company's latest Blackberry OS 7.1 which integrates BBM into Facebook, Twitter, your music player and other apps, making it easier and quicker to use. At the bottom of the phone's home page are six key options: Messages, Text messages, Contacts, Browser, Media and Calendar.
Camera and connectivity
A 3.15-megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom offers Geo-tagging and image stabilization, and is supported by an LED flash. The LED flash did a fairly good job, and managed to avoid excessively overexposing shots. There was not much delay between pressing the shutter and the camera taking the shot.
The Curve offers all the basics you'd expect from a modern Smartphone: Wi-Fi is supported up the wireless N, and you get HSDPA/HSUPA 3G cellular connectivity, as well as GPS and Bluetooth, and the bonus of an FM radio. By default you can also broadcast your 3G connection as a wireless hotspot.
When the phone is of Blackberry then you don't have to worry about loosing it soon. It has a powerful back up loaded by 1450mAh rechargeable battery that really last long. You can listen to non stop music, videos that will never leave you alone. You can even go on for long conversations. Go everywhere confidently without loosing any way with GPS support Wi-Fi, 3G and other Wi-Fi hotspot.