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02-29-2012, 06:10 PM #1
BlackBerry Curve 9320 hands-on :unannounced by RIM
BlackBerry Curve 9320 hands-on
India is one of the priority markets for Research In Motion (RIM) and come April, it will launch a couple of smartphones in its entry-level Curve range targeted at Indian consumers. Earlier this month we exclusively reported about the Curve 9220′s pricing and launch timeline and over the weekend I got to spend a few minutes with its 3G variant, the Curve 9320. I did not get much time with the device but the five minutes or so I spent while driving in a car (hence the poor quality pictures) were enough to impress me. This is a product that is made for India and I understand if the western press is left bewildered why I am speaking so highly about such a low-end product. BlackBerry smartphones still sell well in India and the two new Curve smartphones will only strengthen its position here, courtesy some aggressive pricing strategy from RIM. Read on for my early impressions and another shot.
o begin with, the Curve 9320 feels just perfect – neither too tiny, nor too large. Though it is all plastic, it still felt good to hold and the quality of plastics used is much better than that found even on some high-end smartphones from Samsung. In all probability, there would be hardly any difference between the Curve 9220 and 9320 in terms of look and feel. The only difference being the camera and the absence of 3G in the 9220.
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03-01-2012, 04:25 PM #2
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Amazing phone love BlackBerry Curve...