Excerpt: A mid-range entry in BlackBerry's Curve series, the 9320 delivers all your messaging essentials - a QWERTY keyboard, BBM, email, social networking and texting. It even packs GPS, a media player, FM radio and a camera, but don't expect too much from these.
Review: Blackberry Curve 9320 - Scores over Curve 9220
12 April 2013
Conclusion: The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a elegant phone with simple design and safety measures. The BBM service offers great performance as always. Instant Messaging, BlackBerry App world and many such applications do justice to this new Curve series phone.
Excerpt: RIM seems to be targeting the price-conscious Indian market with a vengeance. Less than a month after the release of the Curve 9220, comes the Curve 9320, with a better camera and connectivity features. And it does not cost the earth either.
Conclusion: The Blackberry Curve 9320 certainly doesn't try to reinvent the wheel, but it delivers well for its target audience of young texters and social networkers, with a quality keyboard, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity and integrated BBM.
Summary: In a nutshell, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a slick and classic BlackBerry at a great price – perfect for smartphone first-timers, bargain hunters and the younger generation. The Curve 9320 boasts a nice 2.44 inch display above its ergonomically spaced keyboard and optical pad.
Conclusion: Overall, there isn't much that the BlackBerry Curve 9320 doesn't do. Apart from the lack of NFC, now a feature of high-end BB handsets, and a touch interface, you pretty much get everything that Blackberry offers.
Pros: Affordable, great for messaging, good battery life
Cons: UI is a little lacklustre, display and resolution limits some of the multimedia experience and browsing