BlackBerry Curve 9220 specs detailed, simulator available

RIM isn’t feeling too good lately, but that won’t stop it from readying the launch of new devices. And one of the company’s upcoming devices is the BlackBerry Curve 9220.

As its name suggests, the Curve 9220 is an entry level smartphone. A simulator for it has been released by RIM, which means the handset itself should be officially announced pretty soon.

Feature-wise, the 9220 offers a 2.44 inch QVGA display, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GSM / GPRS / EDGE connectivity, 512MB of RAM, 512MB of internal memory, MicroSD card support, and a 2MP rear camera. Those who want the 9220 device simulator can get it here at RIM.

According to previous rumors, the BlackBerry Curve 9220 should become available in mid-2012, running Blackberry OS 7.1.

Via CrackBerry, MobileSyrup

Author: Florin

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  • dani

    mid 2102? Thats a long time coming, even for RIM

  • American Musical Supply

    The battery will last you a good while. Like the previous poster said it
    can, depending on what you are doing, last for several days.

  • Frank

    Seems like a decent, basic QWERTY phone. Hopefully RIM is smart and sells its phones in range over $99 (and even that is a lot; the 9300 is often at that price; BB 7 is meh, but don’t overprice it to promote 7 versus 6 or older)

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