T-Mobile launches WiFi-enabled BlackBerry Curve 8320

26 Sep 2007 | BlackBerry , RIM , Smartphone , T-Mobile | 1 comment


Research in Motion and T-Mobile today announced the launch of the new WiFi-enabled (802.11 b/g) BlackBerry Curve 8320. Just days ago, RIM and AT&T announced the BlackBerry 8820, which also comes packed with WiFi goodness.

But this announcement is somewhat more special because the 8320 will be the first BlackBerry handset to support T-Mobile's HotSpot @Home service, which can be used to get access to nearly 8,500 hotspots across the country.

The Curve comes equipped with a large, 320x240 display, 2.0 megapixel camera with 5x digital zoom, built-in flash, 3.5mm headset jack, full QWERTY keyboard, MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, MPEG4, H.263 support, microSD card slot, light-sensing technology, stereo Bluetooth support with A2DP and an HTML browser.

T-Mobile will be launching the BlackBerry Curve 8320 in Pale Gold and Titanium for $249 with a 2-year contract.

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by johnnyMobile on Sep 27, 2007

Got this BB on Monday and it is sick! The voice over wi-fi networks really comes in handy in basements, thick buildings, and while traveling abroad!!! Every call you make no matter where you are, they charge you as if you are at your billing address! Good-bye international charges while calling back into the US. Lighter then the last BB, great media player, but no GPS.....oh well