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Release date January, 2010
Brand RIM
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The RIM BlackBerry Pearl 9100 is the successor of the original smartphone of the same name. The Pearl 9100 can be used around the world, and will be compatible with GSM quad-band networks capable of UMTS tri-band 3G. In terms of data transmission, this phone supports GPRS, Edge and HSDPA 1.8 to 3.6 Mbit/s. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity is also included. The Pearl will house a removable Li-Ion battery, a camera with LED flash and an expansion slot for microSD/SDHC. A standard 3.5mm headphone jack has been integrated as well. Multimedia features include MPEG video playback, and support for MP3 and AAC audio files. Standard smartphone features such a QWERTY keyboard, personalization, games, an organiser are included as well. The MSRP and release date has yet to be announced.

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a lot more pocket-able than the rest of the BlackBerry lineup

now comes with WiFi

includes the latest optical touchpad

not a flip phone


sleek design

reliable - based on previous generation

SureType takes getting used to but is worth it over T9 and touchscreen QWERTY

3.5mm headphone jack

microSD/SDHC expansion slot

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no full QWERTY keyboard

requires a data plan like any other smartphone - best to get a more fully featured phone to better utilize this fact

BlackBerry OS - crappy browser, aging design next to Android

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