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Pink phone fans will love this cute edition of the BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105. But with advanced email features and super fast web browsing, it's got more than enough to serious smartphone users satisfied too.
The Pearl 3G is the slimmest and lightest BlackBerry phone ever made. But although it's a very, very sleek handset it's far from light on features.
At the heart of its massive appeal is the enterprise class email and messaging functionality for which BlackBerrys are justly famed. Thanks to push email support, you'll receive a notification every time you get a message in your inbox. That means that it's ridiculously easy to keep on top of all your mail and stay in the loop while you're out and about.
And that's not all. There's a handy attachment editor onboard too, so that you'll be able to work on important documents no matter how far from your office your job may take you.
With 3G support, this phone is equally impressive as a mobile internet device, allowing you to surf the web and download content at high speeds. And you'll be able to get hold of all the apps you could want from the BlackBerry App World online software store.
Other key features of the BlackBerry Pearl 3G include a traditional candybar form factor and numeric keypad for ease of use, BlackBerry Maps pre-installed for sat-nav functionality, voice memo, Bluetooth support, 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.