It didn't make it in time for BlackBerry World, but RIM has officially announced the BlackBerry Curve 9320 after a series of leaks. We first saw photos of the handset last month, and press images followed shortly after. The device's product page also confirms the specs from a leaked roadmap back in January that pegged the 9320 to have a 320x240 2.44-inch screen, 512MB of RAM, a 3.2-megapixel camera, and Wi-Fi and HSPA connectivity.

It's very much a known quantity, then, but certain details remain unclear — RIM is staying mum on the price, release date, and carrier availability. What the company is saying is that there's an internal FM radio, a dedicated BBM key for quick access to your messages, and BlackBerry OS 7.1. If all this sounds enticing, you shouldn't have too long to wait for announcements from the carriers.