Budget smartphones are everywhere but can the new Blackberry Curve make an impact in this market, well it looks like a curve but it’s not a touchscreen and the buttons are not touch sensitive. But it has FM radio and wireless hotspot connectivity.
It is what it is, there doesn’t really seem to be anything special about it but if your main aim is to just make phonecalls, send text messages and check your emails, you’ll love the battery life you get with the phone. It’s priced around £150, but if you compare it with others on the market at the same pricing level, it falls short. The 9320 is worth buying if you can haggle or there is an offer going on.