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BlackBerry Curve 8320 makes its way to AT&T; by Pony Express

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 6:10PM EST

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It surely took its sweet time getting there – to the point where it’s almost impossible to even care anymore – but the BlackBerry Curve 8320 finally decided to make its way to AT&T. If the Bold is too awesome for you and you’re too impatient to wait for the Curve 8900, the 8320 might be right up your alley. Featuring all of the bells and whistles of BlackBerrys past, the 8320 is little more than an 8300 with WiFi. In other words, plenty of fingers are likely crossed in hopes that big enterprise orders can now be filled with handsets that can make use of AT&T’s WiFi hotspots and potentially lighten the load on the data network. Old design, 65K color screen, no 3G… Is this how we’re going to wrap up the year? In the end, the only thing AT&T did right with this one was to not bother announcing it with any marketing behind it.

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