RIM claims its new BlackBerry Curve 8320 is its smallest and lightest full QWERTY device to date. It's available in a liquid silver finish and features a full QWERTY keyboard, as well as a two megapixel camera, music and video player, a 3.5mm stereo headset jack and a microSD card slot for expanding the memory. The device enables you to access the internet at high speed over Wi-fi when in range of a hot spot, although its EDGE rather than 3G enabled.
Slightly slimmer and narrower than the Curve, the BlackBerry 8120 features Orange's Signature Home Screen and features a SureType keypad, which is a hybrid of the full QWERTY and the usual numeric keypad. The Pearl 8120 also boasts all the usual BlackBerry business functionality, including push email with support for the major mail servers, organiser and web browsing over Wi-fi. Like the Curve 8320, it comes with two megapixel camera, music and video player, plus a 3.5mm jack.
Both devices feature the signature BlackBerry trackball for swift menu navigation.
Specs at a glanceBlackBerry Curve 8320
BlackBerry Pearl 8120