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MSRP $389.99
Release date September, 2007
Brand RIM
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 RIM's BlackBerry Curve 8320 is a quad band smartphone similar to and released around the same time as the BlackBerry 8820. Its frame is slightly smaller than the 8820, but has the same size screen and the same QWERTY keypad and trackball configuration. The Curve 8320 offers typical BlackBerry features like Internet browsing, wireless email and email synchronization, and organizer. The 8320 has a media player and a 2.0-megapixel digital camera with LED flash, which is not available on the 8800 series models. The Curve 8320 includes 64MB on board memory with a microSD card slot for expansion, and is compatible with downloadable social networking site applications, such as flickr or Facebook.

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has an integrated VOIP client to make regular phone calls through WiFi

familiar design, comfortable for long-time Blackberry users

QWERTY keyboard is well spaced between the keys, easier to use

call quality is consistently good, no dropped signals

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web browser is simplistic, lacks features, there's a lot of content it can't display

camera is unable to record any video content

limited Internet connectivity through cellular network, lacks 3G support

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