Wispynet, Canadian company, Research In Motion (RIM), finally officially announced its new low-cost smartphone, BlackBerry Curve 9320.
As reported previously, the Curve 9320 is a 3G version of the BlackBerry 9220 that Davis had earlier slide on the market.
"BlackBerry Curve 9320 is designed to allow users to stay connected socially," said Carlo Chiarello, EVP Smartphone Business RIM, as quoted from Softpedia, Wednesday (9/5),
In addition equipped with a 3G connection, Curve 9320 using the latest BlackBerry 7.1 operating system with additional features for the mobile hotspot. Not only that, this smartphone also comes with Parental Controls to ease the parents protect their children from access to the functions, features, and applications banned.
Curve 9320 has been filled by social networking applications Facebook and Twitter. RIM also includes features Social Feeds 2.0 to let users more easily update to a variety of different social networks.
Like the 9220 series, this smartphone also has a special button BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) and also a built-in FM Radio. Embedded screen measuring 2,44 inches with a resolution of 320x240.
Unfortunately, RIM will announce the availability and the price just before the time of its release later. If you see a series Curve 9300 which has been the mainstay of RIM in the middle and lower segments, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 will likely be priced in the range of USD210.