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The Pearl 3G 9105 is the smallest, sleekest BlackBerry ever. But it’s still got room for everything you expect from a Research in Motion mobile, including advanced email functions and 3G support for super fast web browsing.
Despite a slew of challengers to their throne, BlackBerry smartphones remain the number one choice for anyone who needs a messaging focussed mobile. And the superb Pearl 3G could be the best model yet.
Thanks to push email support, messages are sent directly to your mobile. This means that you no longer have to pull them down from a site. And more crucially it also means you’re able to pick up and respond to them faster and more efficiently than ever before.
Among the other features of the BlackBerry Pearl 3G are a document editor, so you’ll be able to attend to important business on the move, 3G mobile internet support, BlackBerry Maps pre-installed, voice memo, a media player and a host of communication options, including MMS, instant messaging and SMS.
Buyers can expect up to four hours talk time and up to 408 hours of battery life when the handset is in standby mode.
The BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105 is the first ever handset in the range to eschew a physical QWERTY keyboard in favour of a traditional numeric keypad and a virtual keyboard on the touchscreen for text entry. As a result, it's much, much smaller than any other BlackBerry and much less weighty too.
Pearl users have praised its unified email inbox, which makes it easy to keep on top of messages sent to multiple addresses, as well as the handset's ease of use, high-resolution screen and fine array of apps available to download from phone maker Research in Motion's software store App World.