The most affordable BlackBerry yet from T-Mobile has just been announced, where it comes in the form of the BlackBerry Curve 9315 which will run on the BlackBerry 7.1 operating system that is accompanied by 3G connectivity, delivering an easy-to-use package while providing the relevant tools required by customers to remain connected to those near and dear to them. And for business too, of course.
This is a no-frills BlackBerry device that will definitely roll back the years before the smartphone was characterized by a quad-core processor and a full touchscreen display. The BlackBerry Curve 9315 comes with the iconic QWERTY keyboard, built-in WiFi, Wi-Fi calling support, a dedicated BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) key, preloaded apps, a functional 3.2-megapixel camera with LED flash and digital zoom, a microSD memory card slot and an integrated FM radio. It will cost $49.99 alongside a two-year service agreement.
Certainly not a looker by today’s standards, and who knows, it might actually still find its fair share of fans, especially for those who love the throwback days of old where life was a whole lot more simpler.
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