T-Mobile launches Blackberry Pearl Flip

By: T-Marco October 13th, 2008

Today, T-Mobile launched the First Blackberry Pearl Flip. Unique in its kind. The price is 149.99 for 2 years contract after 50 dollars mail in rebate. The Pearl Flip is a quad-band GSM (no 3G) with Wi-Fi, which can be used both for T-Mobile’s HotSpot Calling service and for surfing Internet. The only version available is the black one. The red is going to be available next week, probably on Monday.

The new Blackberry Pearl Flip features a 2Mp camera, 3.5 mm jack headphones, WiFi for surfing and mobile calling, QVGA main display, 2, stereo Bluetooth and microSD slot that can support up to 16GB, nice!!. Also, expect soon the new color line for the Blackberry 8120.


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    I tried a BlackBerry Pearl about 6 months before with minor usage attempts over the last couple of years and always felt the BlackBerry devices were strong in email, but not much else.

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