Leaks have a way of finding their way onto the Internet for news hungry blogs like TechnoBuffalo. Whether its through roadmaps, behind-the-scene slideshows, or accidental accessory slips, one way or another they get found. Like this mobile holder for the BlackBerry Curve 9320. Currently unannounced, the 9320 has seen its fair share of rumors in the past week alone, from specifications, to features, to when it might hit (hint: very soon, according to a leaked roadmap).
The Curve 9320, codenamed Armstrong, is apparently being aimed at lower-cost emerging markets, so when it does roll out, it should come at a very consumer friendly price. Perusing around the various leaks, here’s what what we gathered about the 9320 so far: It’ll come with a dedicated BBM button, HSPA, 2.44-inch display and a 3.2 megapixel camera.
While it doesn’t promise to blow folks out of the water with its specs, messaging addicts will surely go for the dedicated BBM button, supposedly located on the left side of the device for quick access. Overall, for BlackBerry faithful, the Curve 9320 looks to offer that solid experience RIM has built its reputation on while coming at a lower cost.