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The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 offers the full BlackBerry experience but in a phone that’s as light and small as a standard handset. It seems that the best things really do come in small packages.
The company’s trend-setting, must-have handsets’ reputation lies in part on their brilliant array of e-mail functions and the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 is no exception. Push e-mail equipped, users of the handset can receive and respond to their correspondence in real time and are given notification when new messages arrive. And the inclusion of the Qwerty keypad means that typing up mail is every bit as easy as it is on your PC at home.
Also likely to prove a boon to business users is the attachment viewer which affords you the chance to view Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents, so that you can attend to important business no matter how far you stray from your place of employment.
Internet connectivity via WLAN, GPRS and EDGE and the incorporation of a great browser makes using the phone to surf the internet an infinitely more satisfying experience than those offered by earlier handsets.
Other features include a 1.3 megapixel camera with flash and digital zoom, a media player for enjoying music and videos, speakerphone, voice dialling, MP3 ringtones, personal organiser functions and Bluetooth connectivity.