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RIM unveils new smartphone for socially-connected customers

Research In Motion has introduced BlackBerry Curve 9320, a new smartphone for socially-connected customers.

The new smartphone features all the core BlackBerry messaging and social-centric features, global 3G connectivity, built-in FM radio and a battery life up to 7 hours of talk time or up to 30 hours of FM radio listening or music playback with headphones.

The BlackBerry Curve 9320 features a dedicated BBM key, bringing the power of RIM’s popular mobile social network up in an instant. The preloaded apps for Facebook and Twitter will enable customers to interact with their social network in real time.

It also comes with a pre-loaded Social Feeds 2.0 app that will allow users to post updates to multiple social networks simultaneously and capture updates from news sources (RSS), social apps and instant messaging apps all in one consolidated view.

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The new smartphone is powered by BlackBerry 7.1 OS, which supports features such as Mobile Hotspot and Wi-Fi calling where available. It also features an integrated camera that includes a flash and supports video recording, and the built-in GPS will help users to tag pictures with their location.

Parental Controls is a new, on-device feature that provides parents and guardians with simple options to help protect children by restricting access to specific functions, features and applications.


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