BlackBerry Curve 9310 & 9320 Make Their Way Through the FCC

Curve 9310 9320 FCC

The BlackBerry Curve 9320 and Curve 9220 have been making their rounds in emerging markets and now RIM is bringing the 9320 and 9310 to North America. Engadget spotted the BlackBerry Curve 9310 & 9320 (CDMA & GSM) making their way through the FCC with the classic BlackBerry Curve low end features including 512MB of RAM and a 3.2 MP camera. This is definitely targeted at the low end entry level market and I definitely think it could also work in the prepaid market with its dedicated BBM button.

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  1. targeting the low-end of the medium-to-low end of the low end.

    there is a reason why RIM cant move phones in NA.

    Phones like this one.

    Disgusting.

  2. I wouldn’t buy it either but it no longer surprises me to see children in elementary school toting cell phones and while I don’t have children of my own, if it came to my child needing a cellphone, more than likely, I’m the one buying it and paying for the monthly cellphone bill and I’m not going to pay the price of a iPhone, Bold, or the newest Android so that he/she can have a cellphone. Point is, there are different markets and RIM decided they wanted a presence in that market (the low-end).

  3. Enough with these low-res screens already! Our visitors can’t even read our site on them properly.

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