T-Mobile made the slip by posting the unannounced Curve 9320 on its 'Coming Soon' page, but has since removed the listing.
Beating back with BBM
The target audience for the Curve 9320 is pretty clear, given there's reportedly a BBM key plonked on the side of the phone for all to see.
Add in the fact it will be rocking BlackBerry 7.1 (which 'uncovers' the radio application that's apparently been lying dormant in many BlackBerry devices for years) and you can see that the youth is a key demographic for this super-low-end phone.
RIM has promised multiple new handsets in the future focusing on the low contract price market and the business user – and this fits nicely into that mix, although we're surprised to see it landing on a network that's already carrying the sleek but cheap Curve 9360.