Glowing Pearl

Glowing Pearl

BlackBerry’s Pearl

BlackBerry’s Pearl

 

BlackBerry’s Pearl

BlackBerry’s Pearl has for many years been a good little handset in business and on the street, apart from the fact that its lack of 3G let it down heavily, and meant that many users were not able to hop on the bandwagon for the world’s burgeoning obsession with data.

However, finally BlackBerry has seen the light, has restored order to the universe and given us what we need to keep those punters happy; a 3G Pearl.

This is a much nicer handset than its predecessors, and is suited well to the ‘light’ business user, and consumers who want a tough, no smoke and mirrors handset they can comfortably receive emails on and the like.

Despite its compact and elegant design, this stylish new handset is a powerful 3G BlackBerry smartphone with uncompromising performance and top of the line features, including BlackBerry email, messaging and social networking capabilities.

Measuring less than two inches wide and weighing only 93g, it still manages to pack in support for high speed 3G (UMTS/HSDPA) networks, WiFi and GPS, along with a powerhouse 624 Mhz processor with 256 MB Flash memory that drives visually stunning images on the sharp, high resolution display. It also features an optical trackpad for smooth navigation, dedicated volume and media keys for added convenience, a 3.2 megapixel camera with flash for quality pictures on the go, and support for up to 32 GB of personal content.

 

The BlackBerry Pearl 3G smartphone is expected to launch soon…watch this space.

 

Ed Says:

I never have understood why BlackBerry has failed to provide high speed internet capability to so many of its devices. What’s with a 2G Curve, handset of choice for so many BlackBerry fans? Why did this company not give business users 3G sooner, when it’s available on practically every business-style handset on the market?

At least BlackBerry has finally caught up with the trend and added 3G to the Pearl, its main talent in the demanding consumer market, which it claims to serve.

This little chap should be a good one to help encourage existing customers, particularly consumers, to upgrade to a smartphone. With 3G, so much more can be done on devices, and more to the point, spent on them, and this is a nice device to help people make the move.