A Canadian multinational company RIM and T-Mobile have recently announced the Blackberry Curve 9315, a QWERTY smartphone with the best features of 3G connectivity. RIM and T-Mobile telecommunication companies are best known for its line of Blackberry devices and striking designs. This new device, Curve 9315, possesses a 320×240 screen, 3.2 megapixel camera with LED (light emitting diode) flash, 512 MB RAM, all other important features like WI-FI, FM radio, etc.
Know more about Blackberry Curve 9315 and its Price
The Curve 9315 is essentially just an updated version of the Curve 9310, which was launched in July 2012 and is RIM’s low-end phone. To see it rebranded for T-Mobile and introduced at this price on contract, hitting shelves a week before the Blackberry 10 OS is officially unveiled is baffling. BB10 is set to debut officially at a launch event January 30, taking place at a number of different locations worldwide. Reports and rumors suggest that the first phones using that operating system could go on sale shortly after that, possibly as early as February if not before. The Curve 9315 is being marketed as a low-cost device, and in fact “the most affordable BlackBerry smartphone” on T-Mobile’s network, but it will still come with a $49.99 “out-of-pocket down payment,” followed by 20 equal monthly payments of $10 and require that customers sign up for a 2-year special value agreement on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan. For more information, visit http://tcrn.ch/Vydmzw
RIM and T-Mobile both keep their efforts for Blackberry Curve 9315 by keeping complete focus on the enterprise market and security, manageability. This innovative device becomes available for T-mobile business customers from Jan 16th 2013, and more importantly enjoying general availability at the wireless carrier initiating from 23rd Jan 2013.