The moment when first news about two, inexpensive BlackBerry models- 9320 and 9220, appeared on the Internet it was assumed that they will be available only on the developing markets, and that Europeans and Americans won’t be able to get the benefits of the possibilities offered by them. However, it turns out that RIM has slightly different plans and the one that is more advanced will get to the old world.
British T-Mobile has confirmed the intention of getting 9320 on European market by posting on the website a graphic of the product (first caption in the post) and information about the premiere planned on May…
Thanks to previous information we know that the parameters of the device should look as follows:
- Dimensions: 109x60x12,7 mm
- Speed :HSDPA 7,2 ; HSUPA 5,76
- 4G GSM/GPRS/EDGE
- Display; 2,44″, QVGA 320×240
- Camera: 3,2 MPX (no AF) EDOF
- Memory: 512MB RAM, 512MB eMMC, Memory Cards up to 32 GB
- FM Radio
- Sensors: Accelerometer, proximity, compass
It seems like it’s going to be a very interesting ‘really entrance’ BlackBerry model which- if offered in an adequate to the possibilities prize- should quite fast push out from the market models such as 8520 or 9300. Though, in order to do that some help form the operators will be necessary, the phone should be offered for ‘a quid’ with the cheap or medium expensive pay monthly deal.