Mobile phone manufacturing giant Research In Motion on May 9, 2012 announced a stylish new smartphone especially for people who like to remain socially connected. Social networking has become a popular activity among the youngsters with their smartphones.
A reports has mentioned that the Facebook mobile users spent more than 7 hours engaging through browsers or apps in the month of March as compared to six hours through computer. It was also observed that the Twitter Mobile users spent more than two hours engaging on mobile devices compared to the 20.4 minutes on Twitter.com.
The new handset BlackBerry Curve 9320 features the all core BlackBerry Messaging and social centric features which help the users to stay connected. It also offers the global 3G connectivity backed by long battery life which allows the users to make most of their day.
The new smartphone has a dedicated BBM key which brings the power of RIM’s popular mobile social network instantly. It also has the best keyboard in the segment for fast and easy typing. The new Curve comes with BlackBerry 7.1 OS which supports features like the Mobile Hot Spot and Wi Fi calling where ever it is available.