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IntroductionIntroduction: 

BrandBrand name of the device. This may match with the manufacturer RIM
ModelOne or more (separated by /) specific model name identifies this device. This field may include model code too. BlackBerry Curve 9320 SKU1
ReleasedFirst official market release date in (year, month) 2012 May
Hardware DesignerThe company which designed this device RIM
ManufacturerThe company which produces this device RIM
CodenameThe codename internally identified the design project of this product RIM Armstrong
Device CategorySmartphone, tablet, smart watch, PDA, palmtop, etc.  SmartphoneCallular voice-capable usually touchscreen mobile computer which natively runs third-party apps.
List of Additional FeaturesComma separated list of low priority special features which are not included in other fields HAC

Physical AttributesPhysical Attributes: 

WidthWidth is horizontally measured between the left and right edges of device according to the default display orientation 60 mm
2.36 inchWidth measured in inches
HeightHeight is vertically measured between the bottom and top edges of device according to the default display orientation 109 mm
4.29 inchHeight measured in inches
DepthDepth refers to the thickness of the device. Depth is usually the smallest dimension of the device 12.7 mm
0.5 inchesDepth measured in inches
Bounding VolumeThe volume of the smallest cuboid which can bound the device in cubecentimetres 83.1 ccm
MassThe mass of the device including standard battery and stylus (if any and it can be inserted into the device) measured in grams 103 g
3.63 ouncesThe mass of the device including standard battery and stylus (if any and it can be inserted into the device) measured in ounces

Software EnvironmentSoftware Environment: 

PlatformThe family of the operating system like Android, iOS, Windows Phone/Mobile, Palm OS, etc.  RIM BlackBerry OS
Operating SystemPre-installed (usually embedded) operating system which the device was released with. RIM BlackBerry 7.1 OSRIM BlackBerry 7.1 OS

Application processor, ChipsetApplication processor, Chipset: 

CPU ClockFrequency of the square signal which schedules the internal operation of microprocessor (synchronous sequential logic). The current consumed by the processor is approximately proportional to clock rate. 806 MHz

Operative MemoryOperative Memory: 
RAM TypeType of volatile memory IC which specifies RAM architecture, timing characteristics, refresh mode, voltage levels and physical design of the IC. Two major types of random-access memory is static RAM (SRAM) periodically refreshed dynamic RAM (DRAM).  Yes
RAM CapacityCapacity of the random access memory in mebibytes (binary megabytes) 512 MiB RAM

Non-volatile MemoryNon-volatile Memory: 
Non-volatile Memory TypeType of NV memory IC which determines storage technology, programming / erasing method and write endurance  Flash EEPROM
Non-volatile Memory CapacityPrimary non-volatile memory in mebibytes (binary megabytes). 2GB = 1907.3MiB, 4GB = 3814.7MiB, 8GB = 7629.4MiB, 16GB = 15258.8MiB, 32GB = 30517.6MiB, 64GB = 61035.2MiB, 128GB = 122070.3MiB, 256GB = 244140.6MiB, 512GB = 488281.3MiB, 1024GB = 976562.5MiB 512 MiB non-volatile

DisplayDisplayAll parameters that related to display

ResolutionHorizontal and vertical resolution of the primary display. In case of display with rounded edges this refers to the smallest bounding rectangle. 320x240
76800 pixelsThe total number of pixels is the product of horizontal and vertical number of pixels
Display DiagonalThe distance measured between the furthest corners of the display. In case of display with rounded edges this refers to the diagonal of the smallest bounding rectangle. 62 mm
2.4 inchDisplay Diagonal in inches
Display WidthThe distance between the vertical edges of the display (horizontal display size). In case of display with rounded edges this refers to the smallest bounding rectangle. 49.6 mm
1.95 inchDisplay width in inches
Display HeightThe distance between the horizontal edges of the display (vertical Display Size). In case of display with rounded edges this refers to the smallest bounding rectangle. 37.2 mm
1.46 inchDisplay height in inches
Horizontal Full Bezel WidthDefined as the sum of width of left and right vertical display bezels. If the display panel is located in the middle width of left and right bezels are the same and their width is the half of the full bezel width. 10.4 mm
Display AreaCalculated display area is the product of max. horizontal and vertical display sizes. In case of display with rounded edges or notch this refers to the smallest display bounding rectangle. 1845.1 square millimeter
Display Area UtilizationRegular display area per regular front panel area ratio. This approximated indicator does not count with possible rounded corners (neither on front panel nor on display) or display notches, holes. 28.2%
Pixel SizeCalculated pixel size based on display diagonal, resolution and aspect ratio 0.155 mm/pixel
Pixel DensityIndicates the number of pixels per inch 164 PPI
Display TypeDisplay technology, e.g. Color/ monochrome e-ink, STN, PM-OLED, AM-OLED, TN-TFT, IPS TFT, ASV TFT, MVA TFT, PVA TFT, PLS TFT  Color TN-TFT LCDColor TN-TFT (Twisted Nematic - Thin Film Transistor). This is an active matrix LCD technology. display
Display IlluminationForm of illumination used for lighting or backlighting LCD display in dark and dim ambient condtions.  Yes
Display Light Reflection ModeThe ratio between reflected and transmitted light depends on reflection mode thus display technology. Possible options: transflective, reflective, transmissive, etc.  transmissiveThis type of LCDs has low reflectance factor. A transmissive LCD transmits (does not use) the most of the incident ambient so needs backlighting in any light conditions. A transmissive LCD is fairly readable in bright sunlight.
Display Subpixel SchemeSpecifies how and how many subpixels are pixels consists of. Usual schemes: RGB, RGBG, RGBW, PenTile, Diamond Pixel  RGB Matrix (3 subpixels)Each pixel has 3 subpixel (Red, Greed, Blue) with the same size. The subpixel order is often R-G-B but B-G-R is also used.
Scratch Resistant ScreenUsual types: Gorilla Glass generations, DragonTrail/X, Sapphire Glass  No

Graphical SubsystemGraphical Subsystem: 

Audio/Video InterfacesAudio/Video Interfaces: 
A/V OutAudio/Video outputs form a heterogeneous group of interfaces that allow the user to connect the device to various external analog/digital multimedia devices (monitors, projectors, HD TVs) and play multimedia content. For example: MHL, DisplayPort, HDMI, e  No

Audio SubsystemAudio Subsystem: 

Audio Channel(s)Number of independent channels supported by the audio subsystem of the device, e.g.: mono, stereo, 5.1, 7.1, etc.  stereo

Sound Recording: 
Microphone(s)Analog or digital sound receiver. Main applications: voice calls, active noise cancellation, voice command, voice/video recording, voice identification  mono

Sound Playing: 
Loudpeaker(s):   mono
Audio Output:   3.5mm

Cellular PhoneCellular Phone: 

Supported Cellular BandsList of supported cellular networks with band names. For example GSM900 refers to the GSM system with the 890-915 MHz uplink and 935-960 downlink bands.  GSM 850MHz (B5)GSM850 phones support GSM 850 MHz (B5) band (downlink: 869.2 MHz - 894.2 MHz, uplink: 824.2 MHz - 849.2 MHz) , GSM 900MHz (B8)GSM900 phones support P-GSM (Primary GSM) 900 MHz (B8) band (downlink: 935.0 MHz - 960.0 MHz, uplink: 890.0 MHz - 915.0 MHz) and may support E-GSM (Extended GSM) 900 MHz band (downlink: 925.0 MHz - 960.0 MHz, uplink: 880.0 MHz- 915.0 MHz. , GSM 1800MHz (B3)GSM1800 phones support GSM / DCS / PCS 1800 MHz (B3) band (downlink: 1805.2 - 1879.8 MHz, uplink: 1710.2 - 1784.8 MHz). , GSM 1900MHz (PCS, B2)GSM1900 phones support PCS 1900 MHz (B2) band (downlink: 1930.2 - 1989.8 MHz, uplink: 1850.2 - 1909.8 MHz) , UMTS 2100MHz (Band I, IMT)UMTS2100 phones support UMTS 1900 / 2100MHz (IMT, also refferred as UMTS Band I) band (downlink: 2112.4 - 2167.6 MHz, uplink: 1922.4-1977.6 MHz) , UMTS 1900MHz (Band II, PCS)UMTS1900 phones support UMTS 1900MHz (PCS, also refferred as UMTS Band II) band (downlink: 1932.4 - 1987.6 MHz, uplink: 1852.4-1907.6 MHz) , UMTS 850MHz (Band V, CLR)UMTS850 phones support UMTS 850 MHz (CLR, also refferred as UMTS Band V) band (downlink: 871.4 - 891.6 MHz, uplink: 826.4 - 846.6 MHz) , UMTS 800MHz (Band VI)UMTS800 phones support UMTS 800 MHz (UMTS Band 6) band (downlink: 875 - 885 MHz, uplink: 830-840 MHz) bands
Supported Cellular Data LinksList of supported cellular data links and rates.  CSD 9.6 kbpsCircuit Switched Data (CSD) is the original data link protocol of GSM. Up to 9600bit/s download speed , GPRS (Class unspecified)General Packet Radio Service , GPRS Class 10 , EDGE (Class unspecified)Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution also known as Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS) , UMTS 384 kbps (W-CDMA)Universal Mobile Telecommunications System. UMTS Release '99 data link layer, W-CDMA grants up to 384 kbit/s pocket-switched download speed. , HSUPA (Cat. unspecified)High-Speed Uplink Packet Access is a 3.5G UMTS uplink protocol. , HSUPA 5.76 Mbps (Cat. 6) , HSDPA (Cat. unspecified)High-Speed Downlink Packet Access is a 3.5G UMTS downlink protocol. , HSDPA 7.2 Mbps (Cat. 8) data links
SIM Card SlotSupported Subscriber Identification Card (SIM) Format like mini-SIM, micro-SIM, nano-SIM, embedded SIM, etc.  Yes
Cellular AntennaPhysical antenna layout. Most common type: internal. Historic types: fixed external, pull-out, open-out  Internal antenna
Call Alert SoundPolyphonic or monophonic call alert sound (number of chords) 32-chord melody
Complementary Phone ServicesPossible extras: voice transmission, voice speaker, vibration, speakerphone, active noise cancellation, PTT, HD Voice, VoLTE, etc.  Voice transmissionDevice is able to receive and transmit voice over cellular network , Vibrating Alert , Speakerphone

Secondary Cellular PhoneSecondary Cellular Phone: 
Sec. Supported Cellular Networks:   No

Control PeripheralsControl Peripherals: 

Touch Surface TypeDetermines how the touchpad, trackpad or other touch surface module senses the touch of the surface  Resistive touch sensing surface
KeyboardConventional input peripheral which allows the user to enter characters by pressing a dedicated key  Built-in QWERTY
Keyboard BacklightPhones and some palmtops, netbooks, notebooks, rugged computers have keyboard backlighting to help the user with typing in dim ambient conditions  Aut. keyboard backlight (upon press of key)Automatic keyboard backlight (upon press of any key)
Number of keysThe total number of keys in case of QWERTY or other standard keyboards OR the number of keys excluding navigation buttons in case of special keybaords 39
Scroll WheelScroll Wheel, jog and rotary machanisms to help user with scrolling on the screen  Optical trackpadOptical trackpad/joystick/jog is intended to be used when navigating across menus and scrolling pages.


Communication InterfacesCommunication Interfaces: 

Expansion InterfacesNon-volatile memory and/or I/O expansion interfaces. For example: microSD, microSDXC, SDHC, CF II., PCMCIA III., etc.  TransFlash , microSDSupports memory cards with capacity of up to 2GB and may comply with some (not HC) memory cards with higher capacity than 2GB  , microSDHCA micro-SDHC-capable device supports High Capacity (SD 2.0/HC) memory cards with capacity of up to 32GB.
USBFirst or the only USB port. USB is a common high-speed serial bus standard that allows data and power transfer between the mobile device and another computer. Version of USB identifies USB standard.  USB 2.0Released in April 2000, USB 2.0 specification introduced USB Hi-Speed enabling devices to communicate at 480 Mbit/s data rate.
USB Hi-Speed (480 Mbps)Determines the highest available data transfer speed of first USB port. Usual standard speed levels: High-Speed (HS), Super-Speed (SS)
USB ServicesPossible services: USB power supply, USB charging, USB fast charging, USB host, OTG, etc.  USB chargingThe device is able to charge its battery supplied from the USB port.
USB ConnectorPhysical USB connector layout. Most common types: micro-USB, USB A, USB Type-C or proprietary (e.g. Lightning)  USB Series Micro-B (Micro-USB)
BluetoothIEEE 802.15 is a short-range radio technology standard that allows transfer of data, and the use of accessories such as wireless audio devices and printers. This field specifies the supported BT version.  Bluetooth 2.1
Internal antenna
Bluetooth profilesList of supported Bluetooth profiles e.g. aptX, A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HID, PBA, PAN, OPP, MAP  A2DPAdvanced Audio Distribution Profile , AVRCPAudio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
Wireless LANWireless LAN / WLAN / Wi-Fi: 802.11 defines a medium-range wireless data link that allows for internet access and data transfer. This field enumerates the supported protocols (e.g. 802.11a/b/g/n).  IEEE 802.11b , IEEE 802.11g , IEEE 802.11n
Internal antenna

Multimedia BroadcastMultimedia Broadcast: 

FM Radio ReceiverWith a bulit-in FM radio the device is able to receive FM (frequency modulated) broadcast in 79 - 108 MHz band.  FM radio (76-90 MHz) with RDS

Satellite NavigationSatellite Navigation: 

Supported GPS protocol(s)Possible protocols: NMEA 0183, SIRF, etc.  GPS (NMEA 0183)NMEA 0183
GPS Antenna:   Internal antenna
Complementary GPS ServicesPossible extras: S-GPS, A-GPS, Geotagging, TMC, QuickGPS, QZSS, etc.  Assisted GPS , Geotagging

CameraCameraPrimary camera usually has better imaging capabilities than secondary camera if any

Camera PlacementRefers to the placement of the primary camera on the device. Front, rear or rotatable. Generally rear.  Rear
Camera Image SensorRefers to the semiconductor technology of image sensor (FSI CMOS, BSI CMOS, etc.)  CMOSComplementary MOS circuit
Camera ResolutionA measurement of the maximum horizontal and vertical pixel numbers at which the camera can take a picture 2048x1536 pixel
Number of effective pixelsA measurement of the maximum pixel number at which the camera can take a picture, often referred to as Megapixels (when horizontal and vertical measurements are multiplied) 3.1 MP camera
4.0 x digital zoomDigital zoom is an image signal processing method which cuts out and enlarges a desired part of the captured image while losing the rest of the image
FocusCD AF, PD AF, Laser AF, etc. No / Not supported means there is no adjustable optical system or no camera built-in at all  No
Recordable Image FormatsSupported file formats while capturing photos by primary camera  JPG
Recordable Video FormatsSupported file formats while capturing videos  3GP , MPEG4
FlashA flash is used to brighten dark areas when taking photographs; is also used as a flashlight. This field contains the exact type of the flash.  single LEDAlso known as mobile light
Camera Extra FunctionsPopular extra features of the primary camera: EIS, EIS for video, OIS, OIS for video, Face detection, 3D photo, HDR photo, HDR video, Macro mode, Panorama Photo, Red-eye reduction, Refocus, Smile detection, Slow motion video, Burst mode, Face Retouch  Electronic Image Stabilizer (EIS)EIS (or digital IS) uses further buffer pixels around the active pixel matrix and dinamically shifts the recorded image in 4 direction to compensate the motion of the camera.

Secondary CameraSecondary CameraWidely used for video telephony or taking selfies

Secondary Camera SensorRefers to the semiconductor technology of sec camera image sensor (FSI CMOS, BSI CMOS, etc.)  No

Power SupplyPower Supply: 

BatteryBattery technology  Lithium-ion
removablePossible options: removable, built-in
Nominal Battery CapacityThe nominal mAh capacity of the battery 1450 mAh battery
Number of battery cellsIn case of high power consumption it is more efficient to connect more than 1 cells in the battery in series to minimize current thus loss. 1

Ingress Protection Ingress Protection : 

Protection from solid materialsIngress Protection Standards. IP First digit: Protection from solid objects or materials  Yes
Protection from liquidsIngress Protection Standards. IP Second digit: Protection from liquids  Yes

Built-in SensorsBuilt-in Sensors: 

Built-in compassBuilt-in electroinc compass types: 1D, 2D, 3D  Yes
Additional sensorsBuilt-in ambient (barometer, temperature, altimeter, light, etc.), biometric (fingerprint, HR, step, etc.) and comfort (hall sensor, gesture sensor, proximity, etc.) sensors  Proximity sensorBased on this sensor signal device may control the volume of the voice speaker or dim the display during a call

Geographical AttributesGeographical Attributes: 

Market RegionsRegions where the device was officially sold.  Overlap is possible.  Eastern Europe , Western Europe
Mobile OperatorList of mobile operators (carriers) or distributors which sold the device in their own network Vodafone IndiaVodafone India
Vodafone United KingdomVodafone United Kingdom

Datasheet AttributesDatasheet Attributes: 
Data IntegrityData integrity level determines the integrity of the published information. Final datasheets are not intended to be modified in the future, preliminary ones can be based on unofficial information or speculations, incomplete ones are also preliminary b  Preliminary
AddedThe exact time of the datasheet addition 2012-01-29 12:06
 
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