David Boyd of CrackBerry.com has done a wonderful in depth review of the new T-Mobile BlackBerry 8320. The review gives you all of the down and dirty details on the new device. My favorite is his find that the new BlackBerry 8320 does away with the OZ IM clients and brings the native ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, & Google Talk clients to the table. It is interesting that his attempt to restore the device from a previous backup cause UMA to not work over WiFi. I highly recommend going to check out David’s full review at this link he does a great job of covering all the high points.
The BlackBerry Curve 8320 is now available at T-Mobile retail stores and online at www.t-mobile.com. Pricing is $249 with a contract. You can check out the BlackBerry 8320 website at www.blackberry.com/blackberrycurve8320