RIM released a new addition to their budget Curve range, the BlackBerry Curve 9320 with low end hardware and with the classic front panel QWERTY form factor. This design looks quite similar to Curve 9220 they are shipping to Asia. The dimensions of the phone are 4.29 x 2.36 x 0.5 inches and weighs 103 grams. All the frequently accessed Blackberry features are included from the robust keyboard 35 keys and backlit to the dedicated BBM shortcut key. Running on Blackberry OS 7.1, its targeted for socially connected people with preloaded apps for popular networks (Twitter and Facebook) and the modified Social Feeds newsreader. The BlackBerry Curve 9320 comes with a 2.44-inch display (320 x 240 resolution) but no touchscreen. Other specs include 3.2 megapixel shooter(with LED flash, image stabilization and video recording), aGPS, WiFi with Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth, 512MB built-in storage and microSD card expansion (up to 32GB). It runs on a 1,450 mAh battery, rated at up to 7 hours of talk time. Unfortunately, front facing camera for video chats is not included. Seems like BlackBerry is gearing up its artilleries to battle with the cheap Android smartphone that is flooding the market.