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The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 Pink has the breezy, fun looks of a fashion phone and the functionality of a mini laptop. What’s not to like?
BlackBerry’s exalted reputation for quality handsets has been burnished further with the BlackBerry 8120 Pink – a phone that might look fun but packs serious functions into its compact shell.
Equipped with push e-mail owners can receive messages directly to their handset in real time, so they are best placed to respond as quick as possible. The device also incorporates a tactile Qwerty keyboard so that the fiddlyness and frustration that has blighted composition of e-mails on mobiles is banished forever.
And just as practical 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.
The phone is connected to the internet via WLAN, GPRS and EDGE, so that downloads and web browsing are as fast and easy as it is when you are at home on a PC.
Other features include a 1.3 megapixel camera with flash and digital zoom, a media player, speakerphone, voice dialling, MP3 ringtones, personal organiser functions and Bluetooth connectivity.