BlackBerry Curve 9320 hands-on video

By James Richardson on 10 May 2012 01:10 pm EDT

While it's only a day old, we managed to get our hands on a brand new BlackBerry Curve 9320. The latest addition to the Curve line is sporting BlackBerry OS 7.1, a 3.2MP camera, dedicated BBM button, FM radio and more. It's currently available on a few carriers across the UK with more expected in the coming weeks. If you're looking for a good, low cost device, the Curve 9320 may be for you. It's available in a variety of colors so you're sure to find one that suits you. Check out the video above for the full walkthrough.

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BlackBerry Curve 9320 hands-on video


The 3 convenience keys included BBM dedicated button should come on BB10. One thing I hate about my torch is the lock button which only locks the screen not the phone and only one convenience key. I love my torch BTW :) LOOL

I loved the 8900 and that looks a lot like it. I probably would have bought that instead of my bold if I saw it at the time of my bold purchase. I don't complain now, though :) Well, maybe my wallet does. Full price for the curve 9320 $210 USD?? When is it coming Stateside?!?!


Dude, you forgot to demo the FM Radio..., oh well.
I think NFC will hopefully be in an upgrade as (or if) it becomes more mainstream in the future. Yes, you'd probably have to buy a whole new phone, but at least it doesn't cost a fortune. A great little knock-about phone though, I really do like it.

Because there's a huge market for entry level phones and as such there is nothing "sub par" about it. Not everybody wants a $600 to $900 dollar "Princess Phone" like those offered in the iPhone, or the Androids.

Why do you have to complain? Nothing is sub-par, only your unappreciative high expectations make it seem that way, when it isn't.

It's a great cellphone for people just starting out with a smartphone - easy to use, latest OS and god it's only $150.00 (Got my brother one and I'm pushing my hubby to get one)