Blackberry Pearl

Blackberry PearlThe new Blackberry Pearl from T-Mobile is the successor to the enormously popular Blackberry 7100 which owed much of its success to its high-speed remote email access. Lighter than a RAZR, this new breed of phone is one of the slimmest and sleekest you’re likely to come across. Those  upgrading might  be fearful of the  absence of a traditional QWERTY keyboard but I’m assured this isn’t much of a hurdle to get accustomed to. This feature-rich, quad-band  smartphone  uses a SureType keyboard, with two letter options per key, but with the letters themselves still laid out in the standard QWERTY keyboard fashion.

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