BlackBerry Curve 9320

AKA: BlackBerry Curve 9315

Available at: SaskTel Bell, Koodo Mobile, Mobilicity, Telus, Virgin Mobile Canada, Wind Mobile

6.6/10 AVG.
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The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is RIM’s bid to win first time smartphone users with smartphone basics, decent battery life and integrated BBM for social feeds.

- T3 Online , T3 

An affordable smartphone for the entry level that's excellent for those who want to predominantly message. Conversely, the small display and app experience can't match rival devices.

- Chris Hall , Pocket-lint 

Specs summary


The BlackBerry Curve 9320's screen is 2.44 inches with 320 x 240 pixels resolution.


There is a 806 MHz processor (CPU).


The phone runs on the BlackBerry 7.1 operating system (OS).

3+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 3+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.

Internal memory is No. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC (up to 32 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.


The phone is powered by a 1450 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. BlackBerry's performance ratings are 18 days standby time, 420 minutes talk time.

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Reviews (6.6/10 Avg. rating)

Cheap construction and poor quality display

from PhoneArena (3 years ago)

In the greater scheme of things, $50 might seem like a dandy deal for the Curve 9315, but when the platform experience is outdated, combined with the handset’s cheap feel, it doesn’t make it a prized possession against other comparable smartphones. At this point folks, unless you’re firmly in love w... More


A retro BlackBerry that doesn't satisfy our business or leisure needs

from Expert Reviews (3 years ago)

With the Curve 9320, the BlackBerry brand has gone back to its roots with a simple QWERTY keyboard, a squat and chunky design, no touchscreen and a focus on BlackBerry Messenger. The Curve 9320 is also retro in specification, having a 2.4in display, 512MB of RAM and 512MB of storage space for your a... More


BlackBerry phones have never been about flashy graphics or powerful processors

from GSMArena (3 years ago)

The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is not a bad phone in its own right. It offers an established, functional platform with a no-fuss interface alongside elegant styling. However, at the midrange price point, there are simply better-equipped devices to be had.The Curve 9320 is not the last of its species perh... More

Good battery life and good loud speaker but low resolution display

from Fone Arena (3 years ago)

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 mAh battery lasts for 2 complete days, with Alwa... More

Great keyboard, good build quality, and easy to use core features

from TrustedReviews (3 years ago)

There's no two ways about it, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 isn't a phone that will excite many of you. Its screen is small and low resolution and the selection of apps on offer is fairly poor. But, if you're in the market for an upgrade to your old budget BlackBerry or you just want a capable messaging... More


The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is average in almost every way but will still appeal to BlackBerry fans

from T3 (3 years ago)

RIM no longer produces smartphones that compete with the desirability of Apple products and the younger market which once craved BBM is now rapidly migrating to cheap yet stylish Android smartphones and iPhones which now boast iMessage, a more than capable BBM rival.The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is aver... More

Affordable, great for messaging, good battery life

from Pocket-lint (3 years ago)

Overall, there isn't much that the BlackBerry Curve 9320 doesn't do. Apart from the lack of NFC, now a feature of high-end BB handsets, and a touch interface, you pretty much get everything that Blackberry offers. Sure, you don't get the best hardware, the device isn't the best when it comes to buil... More


It's not trying to be better than it is

from TechRadar (3 years ago)

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 a phone that makes calls, sends texts/emails and has a good... More


Good quality QWERTY keypad, excellent build quality, but small display

from Dial-a-Phone (3 years ago)

To the most ardent tech lover, buying a BlackBerry at the moment may seem unwise since RIM have made it known that it is building a whole new OS which won’t be available for older devices. However, there are many who have always loved the BlackBerry for what it is – an excellent platform for emailin... More


A nice, simple smartphone, one that is sure to appeal to Blackberry fans

from The Inquirer (3 years ago)

The Blackberry Curve 9320 is a nice, simple smartphone, one that is sure to appeal to Blackberry fans. Considering its mere £130 price tag, it's a great phone for those looking to enter the smartphone world, namely those who prefer the feel of physical keys to virtual alternatives. It's not going to... More


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