Have you ever wanted a BlackBerry but found the current handsets too pricey for you? Research in Motion (RIM) has a bit of good news.\u00a0 No, it\u2019s not the release of BlackBerry 10 but the announcement of a new BlackBerry handset.\u00a0 The new handset is the\u00a0BlackBerry Curve 9320\u00a0and although it\u2019s not revolutionary by any means, it\u2019s ultra cheap for a BlackBerry.\u00a0 The device will be priced anywhere between $200 to $230 (about Php 8,500 to Php9,500). \u00a0This may be a hit in developing countries like the\u00a0Philippines\u00a0where BBM is slowly gaining some fans. The\u00a0specs\u00a0of the BlackBerry Curve 9320 are not made to impress but it\u2019s a good set nonetheless.\u00a0 The handset will run on the latest BlackBerry OS 7.1. \u00a0It will have 2.44-inch 320 x 240 non-touch LCD display, a 3.2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, HSPA connectivity, mobile hotspot feature, a built in FM radio, 512MB RAM that is expandable via microSD, and a 1450mAh battery. \u00a0These are all housed in a 103-gram QWERTY form factor. What RIM is trying to highlight on this handset is a dedicated BBM key on the side, so those of you who use BBM a lot, this could be a good improvement over current Curve handsets. \u00a0The overall design of the BlackBerry Curve 9320 is a big improvement over the older Curve models. \u00a0In fact, it looks like a \u00a0handset from the pricier BlackBerry Bold range. \u00a0 The BlackBerry 9320 actually looks premium and expensive, belying its budget price. Details on the availability of the BlackBerry Curve 9320 are still unknown.