Brings FM Radio functionality.
Mobile hotspot functionality.
Runs on latest BlackBerry OS.
Gripfriendly and pocketable design.
Excellent physical Curve keyboard.
Convenient BBM key.
Great battery life and snappy 806 MHz CPU.
VGA video recording ability as opposed to HDReady (720p).
Competition has more appealing operating system.
Stocked application stores.
By Tech2 on November 10, 2012
B lackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has traditionally followed the strategy of offering customers a wide range of devices—ranging from top-end ones with touchscreens and bells and whistles, to cheap, low-end ones that are still great basic...70
By PCQuest on August 29, 2012
Almost a twin sister to Curve 9220, this device is a must have for those who want a low range Blackberry phone with 3G, GPS and the latest OS7. Page(s) 1 PrintCommentEmailDiggDel.icio.usRedditTwitter Micromax A50 Ninja: The Smartphone with...-
By GSMArena on August 28, 2012
It's been quite a while since we last reviewed a BlackBerry handset. Android and iOS have dominated the market for the past couple of years and it's hard to see where exactly a business-centric QWERTY device can fit in. That said, it's hard...-
By TechSmart.co.za on August 13, 2012
BlackBerry holding firm RIM (Research In Motion) is aiming to stake a bigger smartphone market claim during 2013 via its upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS (operating system). Until then, BlackBerry fans have to make due with the BlackBerry 7.1 platform, which...-
By FoneArena on August 06, 2012
This tiny device is definitely powerful with the 806 MHz processor. The 512MB RAM makes you multitask easily with quite a number of apps running in the background. 512MB internal memory with an optional micro SD card expansion slot is a plus. The 1450...-
By TechRadar on July 27, 2012
What we like about the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is that it's honest. It's not trying to be better than it is and is quite happy to portray itself as a budget smartphone with a few little extras. And for the people it's aimed at, those who want...80
By GadgetSpeak on July 17, 2012
Originally developed for the business community the BlackBerry mobile device has now gained popularity with many young users who appreciate its messaging capability....68
By CNET UK on July 11, 2012
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a budget option for BBM addicts and those who love the feeling of physical keys under their thumbs. No touchscreen, iffy build quality and a poor selection of apps mean you might be better casting your eye elsewhere,...50
By CoolSmartphone on June 05, 2012
The Blackberry Curve 9320 is the most recent Blackberry available and comes with the latest version of Blackberry OS, 7.1. Aimed at the lower end of the market and priced at around £150 this phone is the natural successor to both the Curve 8520 and...-
By Wired UK on June 01, 2012
The Blackberry Curve 9320 certainly doesn't try to reinvent the wheel, but it delivers well for its target audience of young texters and social networkers, with a quality keyboard, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity and integrated BBM.SpecificationsSoftware...70