The aesthetics of the BlackBerry Curve 8320 has been really improved after the release of a black emerald version. The device was initially released by Research in Motion in two colors, titanium and pale gold, but another version will be released by T-Mobile in the US which will come in sunset red.
People can even get this handset for free if they choose to purchase a two year contract and a data plan of 35 pounds per month. The device has a number of interesting features and is, of course, good looking.
The BlackBerry 8320 weights about 111 grams and measures 107 x 60 x 15.5 millimeters making it perfect for you pocket. The talktime life is about 4 hours and in stand by the handset can last for around 408 hours. This is pretty much enough if you have access to charge the battery at need, but if you spend more than 4 hours on the phone you should consider another one.
In any case the device includes push email, full HTML browser, WiFi, BlackBerry Maps, a full QWERTY keyboard enabling quick text writing for emails or SMS. It also comes with an Instant Messaging service, trackball navigation, organizer, voice dialing, handsfree and To Do list.
The BlackBerry 8320 has a square 320 x 240 display, music and video players, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, miniUSB, 64 MB internal memory and microSD card support. In addition it comes with a 2 megapixel camera with flash and video recording capability.
Orange UK also offers the Curve 8320 in the titanium version so you can have them both if you want. The best part is probably that it comes for free if you choose a two year contract agreement and a data plan as mentioned above.