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Blackberry magic at lesser pocket pinch with Blackberry Curve 9320

Tuesday, June 26, 2012



Blackberry Curve 9320 Mobile Phone
Unit Price : Rs. 15,990
Our Price : Rs. 15,299


RIM’s Blackberry Curve 9320 is the Canadian manufacturer's new budget mobile phone, sitting below the entry-level Bold 9790. RIM’s Curve line of smartphones have been doing the rounds for quite some time now, bringing advanced messaging capabilities, push email, mobile internet and a robust operating system to millions of people for not much money. Instead is a matte, gun metal grey plastic rim around the main black fascia which houses a keyboard, four physical buttons and a thumb pad. The slimmer body and added lightness make a noticeable difference when holding the phone, especially if you've been using one of the previous models. The curved back nestles down nicely in your hand and, at this size, using one or two thumbs to work the keyboard are possible. The keyboard is naturally smaller than the Bold family, but you wouldn't have a problem rampantly bashing out BBM messages, even with man-sized hands. With its quintessential BlackBerry styling and QWERTY keyboard, the Blackberry Curve 9320 is obviously all about one thing: email, social networking, and BBM, and the lightweight feature coming with it, which, again, makes it an ideal choice for any users that don’t want/like a hulking slab-like device with a 4-inch display. There's a 3.2-megapixel fixed focus camera on the 9320. While fixed focus gets a bad wrap, the camera uses EDoF technology. This stands for extended depth of field and means you can capture shots with more content in detail. It also packs a flash which is a bonus. The flash does help matters, making the BlackBerry Curve 9320 a perfect companion camera for BBM, Whats app, Twitter and emails. Video is recorded at a low resolution once again making it suited to sharing or keeping on the device. The BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a very well connected device especially considering its price with Wi-Fi, tethering, 3G, GPS and Bluetooth on board. As mentioned, thanks to BBM, Whatsapp and Gtalk all you touch type talkers will be well looked after and email is also simple to get your head around. Driving the Curve 9320 is a single-core 806MHz processor - a step-up from the 512MHz in the 8520, and 9300 3G's 624 MHz. It's no dual-core powerhouse, but was fast enough to handle the operations of the handset and you wouldn’t face any lag while operating this set. There's also a micro SD card slot on board the 9320 so you can get up to 32GB of music content on it. With a decent onboard music player and a 3.5mm headphone jack, coupled with its portability the 9320 can turn into a handy MP3 player. Performance wise, when installing apps, the Curve 9320 responds in no time, and refreshing content can take a while however generally, BlackBerry 7.1 isn’t all that demanding. Day to day tasks like email and chat work well with fast downloading and installation ease. Call quality is pretty good for the most part and audible conversations with the microphone performing well on your side. Battery life is solid with up to 7 hours talk time and 18 day’s standby. This translates to about two days of moderate use and just over a day if you’re going for it. Definite a worth buy at www.rightshopping.in/g/p_d.asp?pid=GD100011794&item=Blackberry Curve 9320 Mobile Phone that RightShopping.in has brought.

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