Blackberry is the original maker of smartphones and they continue to be one of the leading producers till date. Recently the new Blackberry 10 launch has made news all over the world and the media. But what brought fame to then Research in Motion (RIM), now known as Blackberry, was the candybar phones with QWERTY keyboards. Blackberry Curve 9320 is from that stable and is still superior to its predecessors in hardware and display.
This particular handset is having a good enough processor, 512 MB RAM and 512 MB internal memory, which is of course expandable with microSD cards. The operating system is good too, with the all new Blackberry OS 7.1 is sitting on top of it.
One excellent feature of this phone is the battery. The battery is a magnificent 1500 mAh battery but also the phone has been manufactured to use least bit of battery. So you can listen to music for 30 hours before losing the battery completely. The audio is crisp, the mp4/ MP3 player is nice enough, the 2.44 inches LCD display is clear and has 320 x 240 pixels at around 164 ppi pixel density.
Another nice feature of this phone is the adoption of 3G technologies which was missing in many previous editions of Blackberry. This addition helps the phone to have a very fast data transfer rate and enables the user to upload and download big files from the internet or send and receive emails super fast. As Blackberry is mainly an online device aiming to stay always connect, this features helps it achieve its aim very efficiently.