It was spotted online a while back, but now the BlackBerry Curve 9320 has had an official launch.As we expected (and predicted), the phone is a fairly entry-level BlackBerry, with a feature set to match. But it does come with the latest (at least, for now) version of the BlackBerry operating system, BB OS 7.1, which launched just last week.As for the rest of the specs, you get a 3.2-megapixel camera, a 2.44-inch, 320x240 non-touch LCD display, a 1450mAh battery, an FM radio, a microSD slot and of course, a QWERTY keyboard. There's also a dedicated BBM button on the side, as RIM plays very much to its market. Talking of the teen market, RIM has added some parental controls too, which allow you to limit or restrict certain phone numbers, websites and social networking apps. Your kids will love you for that.T-Mobile has already leaked that it will be offering the phone – and soon. But no pricing details or specific dates for the UK are available as yet.
UPDATE: Three has confirmed it will be offering the Curve 9320 from 14 May, free from £15 per month on contract or £140 pay-as-you-go.
T-Mobile will offer the BlackBerry Curve 9320 free from £15.50 per month on a 24 month plan, or for £149.99 on pay-as-you-go, while Carphone Warehouse will be selling the phone from 10 May for free on £20.50 per month contract or SIM-free from £129.95 (in black).