Mobility Canada just launched the RIM Blackberry Curve 9320, an entry-level Blackberry device that supports 3G networks. The handset comes from Research In Motion’s Blackberry Curve series and it features a similar design to previous Curve devices. The handset features a 2.44-inch LCD display with a 320×240 pixel resolution and a body casing that measures 109.0 x 60.0 x 12.7mm and weighs in at 102 grams.
Blackberry Curve 9320 supports Blackberry 2.1 connectivity which includes headset profile, hands-free profile, Serial Port Profile, Stereo audio, SIM Access Profile, Dial-Up Networking, Message Access Profile, Address Book Integration using OBEX (Object Push), Phone Book Access Profile, Secure Simple Pairing, it comes with GPS navigation and WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity and a WiFi hotspot function.
It runs the Blackberry OS 7.1 and has a dedicated BBM key for one press access to Blackberry’s Instant Messaging Service. There’s also a 3.2-Megapixel camera on the back of the device which supports flash, image stabilization, face detection, a 4x digital zoom, a extended depth of field and video recording, it has 512MB of RAM and a battery that promises up to 7 hours of talk time on a 2G and 3G networks or a standby time of up to 18 days.
Mobility Canada is now selling the Blackberry Curve 9320 3G Smartphone for a special introductory price of $149.99 CAD while supplies last.
[Via: Loopy Cellphones]