Conclusion: The Blackberry Curve 8320 is light, smooth and very easy to use on all counts. It is very much in-between audiences: casual Smartphone users may find the $500 USD (without rebates) tag prohibitive, while grizzled Blackberry businesspeople may be looking at more sophisticated models.
Conclusion: The BlackBerry Curve 8320 is an exciting device. We've seen a lot of "me too" devices that are copies of last year's successful model or are simply clones of the same phone offered on another carrier.
Summary: The BlackBerry curve is a small and neat device – and one of the better-equipped smartphones around The mini keyboard is surprisingly fast to use, and the tiny trackpad sits in the centre of the front of the fascia so it is ideal for both left handed and right handed people.
Pros: Mobile email is made easy with a very usable keyboard for composing replies.
Cons: Other smartphones beat the Curve 8320 for features.
Excerpt: First came the trim, consumer-friendly BlackBerry Curve 8300. Then came the Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry 8820. Now there's the BlackBerry Curve 8320, an impressive PDA phone that combines the best of the previous two models and has an added bonus: While the 8820 supports Wi-Fi for data only, the 8320...
Excerpt: The Blackberry 8320 Curve is the latest iteration of the once AT&T exclusive 8300, but with at least one major improvement. The 8320 uses a wonderful new technology called UMA or Unlicensed Mobile Access, which allows the user to make WiFi calls seamlessly and without the need for a separate VoIP...