It's quite obvious that the Curve 9320 will follow the older Curve models and not the footsteps of the full-touch 9380 design-wise. According to BGR, the device will have a 2.44-inch, 320 x 240 qVGA+ display and 512MB of RAM. No word on the CPU this one will have but we're betting it to be in the 600MHz to 800MHz range. The Curve 9320 will also have a rather basic 3.2-megapixel shooter round its back as well as a dedicated BBM button for instant access to, well, BlackBerry Messenger.
The Curve 9320 is expected to roll out in India very soon although there's no word yet on its availability here. Given that RIM has been focusing more on the SEA region recently, we're expecting its local arrival, maybe in the next couple of months. As for pricing, the SRP is rumored to be pegged at about $245 (P10,450), a lot cheaper than the already locally available Curve 9380's P16,990. Good news then for BlackBerry fans on a budget.