Amid declining market share in U.S. and other countries, Research in Motion (RIM) has extended its BlackBerry Curve line. The mobile giant has introduced BlackBerry Curve 9320, peppered with social features as well as Mobile Hotspot connectivity.
The overall appearance of the new BlackBerry Curve 9320 has not changed much. It sports the same on-board 35-key backlit QWERTY keyboard, curvy chassis and rectangular qVGA (320 x 240) display screen. Additionally it features a built-in FM radio.
The device is pre-loaded with apps for Twitter and Facebook. You also get Social Feeds 2.0 app so that you can update your status on multiple social networks.
BlackBerry Curve 9320 is also equipped with 3.2 megapixel camera, 512 MB of RAM, microSD card slot, 1450 mAh lithium-ion battery and many more. It is powered by BlackBerry 7.1 OS supporting Wi-Fi calling, Mobile Hotspot and parental controls.
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