T-Mobile today launched the BlackBerry 8320, RIM’s Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry Curve. It is the first BlackBerry handset available in the U.S. that supports T-Mobile HotSpot HomeSM for unlimited nationwide calling over a Wi-Fi connection and great in-home mobile coverage.
The 8320 are available in two finishes; titanium and gold. The handset features RIM’s smallest and lightest full-QWERTY handset design.
The BlackBerry Curve 8320 provides enhanced multimedia capabilities including a two-megapixel camera, a music and video player, a 3.5mm stereo headset jack and a microSD card slot for expandable memory storage.
No pricing information at this time yet but it is said to be around $200 with a two years contract.