- T3 Online , T3
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.
- Chris Hall , Pocket-lint
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.
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Cheap construction and poor quality display
A retro BlackBerry that doesn't satisfy our business or leisure needs
BlackBerry phones have never been about flashy graphics or powerful processors
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 perhaps and definitely not the worst. There's plenty of people who still want a proper phone - meaning one with buttons and such. They would love a neat and to-the-point QWERTY messenger with secure email. But RIM seems to be less and less interested in that kind of users and in their game pla... Full review
Good battery life and good loud speaker but low resolution display
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 Always on Push email on EDGE, few hours of Music, FM Radio, few calls and messaging. If you are on 3G, then it should last more than a day. The camera is better than the one in 9220 but the LED flash could have been better. The only problem with the device is the low resolution qVGA display at 164 pp... Full review
Great keyboard, good build quality, and easy to use core features
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is average in almost every way but will still appeal to BlackBerry fans
Affordable, great for messaging, good battery life
It's not trying to be better than it is
Good quality QWERTY keypad, excellent build quality, but small display
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 emailing, texting and composing social network messages.
To this end, the Curve 9320 does the job very, very well. RIM has years of experience creating devices of this kind, gradually evolving the design in small ways, such as adding the optical trackpad. The expertise that has gone into the p... Full review
A nice, simple smartphone, one that is sure to appeal to Blackberry fans
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