Before official launched Blackberry 10 OS, the new RIM’s budget-friendly smartphone has just announced by T-Mobile, namely the BlackBerry Curve 9315. Essentially, this handset is BlackBerry’s low-end phone and a new version of the BlackBerry Curve 9310, which was unveiled back in July 2012.
New BlackBerry Curve 9315 should be available at T-Mobile shelves (online and in stores) starting January 23, 2013 and price tag $49.99 on a two-year agreement and after a $50 mail-in rebate. An exclusive pre-sale, it is starting on January 16 for T-Mobile business customers.
Running on BlackBerry OS 7.1, this phone sports a 2.44-inch 164ppi screen with 320 x 240 resolution, 512MB of RAM, and 512MB of internal storage. The BlackBerry Curve 9315 has a full physical QWERTY keyboard along with an optical trackpad.
T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 9315 packs a 3.2 MP camera with LED flash, a microSD card storage expansion slot (up to 32GB), Wi-Fi, FM radio, and GPS.
A low-end Curve 9315 device brings a removable/rechargeable 1450mAh lithium-ion (J-S1) battery.
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