BlackBerry introduces two new Curves for Malaysia
By Loh Ving Sung GooglePlus
25 May 2012 - BlackBerry is introducing two new Curves to the Malaysia - the 9320 and 9220. They share a similar chassis, but the 9320 comes with 3G connectivity and mobile hotspot. Another difference is their cameras - the 9320 has a 3.2-megapixel camera and the 9220 has a 2-megapixel imager.
RIM says both Curves offer the longest lasting battery life yet for a Curve smartphone. Both phones are apparently able to last up to 18 hours of standby and seven hours of talk time. The phones also come with a dedicated BBM key to bring up BlackBerry Messenger quickly.
The 9320 and 9220 comes with BlackBerry’s iconic 2.44-inch and a full backlit QWERTY keyboard. They are powered by iOS 7.1 and come with preloaded apps for Facebook and Twitter. The new Social Feeds 2.0 allows users to post updates to multiple social networks simultaneously and capture RSS feeds, social apps and instant messaging apps all in one combined view.
No word about exact pricing or availability yet, but TuneTalk has already announced that they will be offering plans for the phones. The telco has not given us any more details however its CEO Jason Lo mentioned that the phones will be "coupled with our BlackBerry Internet Service unlimited package at only RM18 per month". TuneTalk currently offers two BlackBerry Plans called the BIS Plan (RM18 per month) and the BBM+IM plan (RM11 per month).