See our Troubleshooting page for quick answers to some common problems with the Blackberry Curve 8320.
Background and Identification
The BlackBerry Curve 8300 is a series of BlackBerry smartphones developed by Research In Motion (RIM). Introduced in 2007, the Curve targeted the "consumer-oriented" market share. The Curve incorporates robust multimedia features and a high-resolution built-in camera.
As is customary for BlackBerry devices, the 8300 series consists of several models offered by different wireless providers, supporting that provider's network along with specific services. The base 8300 model is a GSM/GPRS/EDGE handset, the 8320 excludes GPS but includes WiFi connectivity 802.11 b/g. Incorporating 64MB of internal memory, the 8320 accepts additional memory in the form of microSD cards up to 4GB.