- CrackBerry User
- 58 Posts
got my 9320 today!
Got a 9320 (black) from 3UK (three) INSTORE today for £139.00 PAYG.
It's presently charging.. i'll post my first impressions in a few hours when i've had a play.
Initial thoughts while unboxing, it's very light, very small, feels quite premium-apart from plasticky back cover.
- 06-08-2012, 11:52 AM #8
I just picked mine up yesterday and it was $149.99 + tax CAD.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Why is it that the only commandment that God gave that starts with the word remember, we seem to "forget".
Rest on the seventh day.
- CrackBerry User
06-15-2012, 08:34 AM #12
- 15 Posts
I got mine 2 weeks ago. Keypad is a typical curve, clicky but soft. Battery life is about the same as my previous 9780. No defects detected, only the resolution is the only flaw. If only they use the screen like the one on 9360, it would be a perfect curve. In short, I love my berry very much!
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- CrackBerry Newbie
06-15-2012, 03:48 PM #13
- 3 Posts
It sounds that 9320 is pretty good blackberry. I own 9700 a right now a have a big hesitation but i am little bit worried about the screen resolution. How the display really look like? Is that really so bad how it looks like on the paper? Thanks for your thoughts and experience
- 06-28-2012, 10:35 PM #15
I upgraded to the 9320 from a 9700, and I must say that there are so many things better on it than the 9700, that I'm WAY glad I upgraded. The browser is crazy fast, so much more comparability for different websites (meaning able to surf just about any site, unlike the 9700 where it wouldn't load a lot of sites, even on BB 6; and all this is just the tip of the iceburg). It has a few down sides such as it not being possible to charge it via dock, but resolution-wise, I haven't really noticed a diff. In fact, with it supporting HSDPA, I'm able to watch tv shows on Youtube much better than with my 9700. So I'd say it's well worth the upgrade IMHO.
Last edited by Sashko; 06-28-2012 at 10:38 PM.
- 06-30-2012, 05:33 PM #16
Having had to sacrifice my Bold 9900, I picked up the Curve 9320 as it was within my budget. It's a very cute, small and light BlackBerry. The BBM hotkey is nice too.
The screen size/resolution is my only negative and of course the keyboard isn't as smooth as a Bold but at least it's a physical keyboard. Other than that, the fact it has 7.1 is pretty awesome. I do like having the extra battery life too.
It will do me for now, until I can get a Bold again.
- 07-01-2012, 11:20 PM #17
I actually prefer the 9320 to the 9900. I purchased the 9900 close to when it came out and returned it within the return policy. I love the battery capacity of the 9320, as well as the lack of touchscreen. Oh, and it not coming with a case that scratches your BB's screen is always a bonus as well (that's right: I'd rather have it not come with a case at all than have it come with one that scratches your BB). 9320 all the way! :-D
- 07-02-2012, 08:07 AM #18
I do welcome the extra battery life, I'm a power user and the 9320 at least lasts me longer than the Bold 9900. But the smaller memory means I get more lag than when I used the 9900. It has made me have to be selective on what apps I reinstalled but I guess that's a good thing as I do tend to install apps, use once or twice then never again, it just took up space.
If I had a choice I'd still choose a Bold model over the Curve but I don't want to take away from what is actually a pretty cool Curve model.
- 07-02-2012, 11:05 AM #19
I guess it's more-so a matter of needs/preference. I actually ended up preferring the 9700 over the 9900, since I am not a fan of touchscreen, and despite the fact that the 9700 has less memory and is slower in general (slower processor, uses slower network protocols, etc.), it actually catered better to my needs than the 9900. Now the 9320 gives me just what I need with much less exceptions than the 9700, and even more-so the 9900. I may or may not be in the minority, but either way, as far as I'm concerned, the 9900 definitely has more negative aspects than the 9320 :-)
BTW I'm glad that RIM still makes some BlackBerrys without touchscreen, as touchscreen doesn't work for everyone, and I'm a perfect example of that.
Last edited by Sashko; 07-02-2012 at 11:10 AM.
- 07-03-2012, 09:23 AM #20
I agree, definitely about personal preference in the end. It's nice that there are a few models available to BlackBerry customers. Each one offering something to each one's tastes.
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- CrackBerry Abuser
07-23-2012, 04:20 PM #21
- 413 Posts
I got mine a few days ago on the 3 UK network for 13 pounds per month, first berry i have owned in four years. They have moved on a bit since then and i love the 7.1 os as well as the bridge function with my playbook.Cloud Storage
50 gig box, Skydrive 25 gig, Google Drive 25 gig, Dropbox 8 gig.
- 07-26-2012, 09:06 AM #22
Got mine for 11.50 a month through Vodafone UK. Love it...except the lack of themes and also a fair few apps. are yet to be marked as 9320 compatible.
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