While Research in Motion has yet to officially announce the existence of the BlackBerry Curve 9320, T-Mobile UK took matters into their own hands and posted on their ‘Coming Soon’ page that in May 2012, they would begin offering the Curve 9320 to their customers. Since RIM hasn’t acknowledged this device, it’s still uncertain the actual release date or price.
It looks as if the Curve 9320 will be an upgrade from the 9300 as well as running BlackBerry OS 7. While it’s not one of the most high-end BlackBerrys on the market, like the 9900/9930, it’s the perfect phone for new smartphone users that don’t want more than a nice QWERTY keyboard and sleek style to text and tweet.
Even better is the cool feature that the 9320 will have a dedicated convenience key just for BlackBerry Messenger. So while someone that doesn’t use BBM as much as I do might not enjoy this, it could definitely intrigue someone on the fence about using BBM enough to join!
For the more tech-savvy people, the Curve 9320 has a 2.44 inch non-touch screen with 164 ppi, 3.2MP camera that takes pictures and videos, up to 32GB of storage (with microSD card), a single core processor and 512MB of RAM.
Since no one is sure yet of pricing and release date, you have the option to sign up for email updates on the BlackBerry Curve 9320 via the T-Mobile UK website.