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It is a 2G-based PDA smartphone released in August 2009 as an upgrade from the Curve 8310 (August 2007) .

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display is bright enough to handle direct sunlight

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email interface is comfortable and well integrated, updates frequently

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design is attractive and sleek, no wasted space

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keyboard keys are well spaced and easy to push

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functions are easy to navigate, all well laid out

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build quality is very high, nothing feels loose or creaky

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battery lasts a long time between charges

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camera is poor quality, need very bright lighting and everything still or the picture is blurry and grainy

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The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8320 is a 2G-based PDA smartphone released in August 2009 as an upgrade from the Curve 8310 (August 2007). Available in black, the Curve 8320 trades away its predecessor’s GPS capabilities in favor of 802.11b/g WiFi connectivity. Unfortunately, it too is restricted to EDGE data transfer rates, although it does offer quad-band GSM connectivity, an integrated audio/visual player, Bluetooth wireless technology, and dial-up connectivity. More importantly, the Curve hosts the Blackberry OS with instant messaging capabilities and compatibility with advanced communications services like Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus, and Novell GroupWise, to name a few.

  • 2G PDA Smartphone (August 2009)
  • Upgrade from Curve 8310
  • Removes Integrated GPS Capabilities
  • Adds 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Connectivity
  • Quad-Band GSM Voice Connectivity
  • EDGE Data Transfer Speeds
  • Audio/Visual Playback
  • Instant Messaging
  • Mobile Email
  • Advanced Communications
  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Dial-Up Networking
  • Conference Calling
  • Speed Dial
  • Noise-Canceling Technology
  • Push-to-Talk Service
  • Speakerphone
  • Unlimited Phonebook
  • Document Editor
  • Voice Memo/Dial
  • OS: Blackberry OS
  • CPU: Intel XScale PXA272 (312MHz)
  • 2G: Network GSM 850/900/1800/1900
  • Display: 2.44" (320x240)
  • Input: QWERTY Keyboard, Trackball
  • Internal Memory: 64MB
  • Memory Expansio: microSD (4GB)
  • WLAN: WiFi 802.11b/g
  • Bluetooth: v2.0 (A2DP)
  • USB: miniUSB 2.0
  • Camera: 2MP (1600x1200)
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, IM
  • Browser: HTML
  • Java: MIDP 2.0
  • Video Formats: MP4/WMV/H.263/H.264
  • Audio Formats: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA
  • Battery: 1150 mAh
Post Review
Sharon Wright
06/18/2011 02:29

My son is on his 3rd blackberry curve 2g as the 1st one had already been used and registered the 2nd one developed a fault where by you couldnt call anybody as the phone would shut down and we have just discovered after picking up the replacement today cause the 2nd one couldnt be fixed that this previously belonged to a little girl as the bb pin advised her to re-add her friend !! and now t mobile want to charge me an extra £20 quid which was £30 to upgrade it to a 3g phone so we can try to remedy the problems we have been having but really and truly i dont believe that I should be charged anything due to the service that we have recieved from them as I have 3 lines and 2 of the phones are constantly in and out of repair !!!

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