In a move to being Blackberry more closer to a ‘normal’ mobile phone, its manufacturers have launched the Blackberry Pearl 8100 – a Blackberry device that looks like a mobile phone, but works like any other Blackberry device. This shift in basic design attributes to the company's strategy to bring in more and more people into the realms of this line up of handhelds known all over for their optimized emailing features. The handset's dimensions are thinner and much narrower than the company's earlier offerings and also includes mobile entertainment features like an integrated media player and a 1.3 megapixel digital camera.
The Blackberry Pearl 8100 is the smallest Blackberry device till date and is one of the lightest smartphone around with a weight under 90 grams. The handset is fitted with a light sensitive 65K coloured TFT screen for a strain-free viewing experience. Its manufacturers have kept the full QWERTY keypad which is very important for any device likely to be used extensively for emails and other such high data entry requirement functions. One of the most talked about feature of the Blackberry Pearl 8100 is its trackball navigation, which many thinks, is responsible for naming the device as ‘pearl’.
As stated earlier, the Blackberry Pearl 8100 manages to include all necessary functions one expects from a highly acclaimed brand like Blackberry. Push email technology, attachment support, Blackberry Connect, mobile office applications – the Blackberry Pearl 8100 has all of the popular Blackberry functions plus the glamorous and distinctive looks. 64 Mb of internal flash memory with external memory card supports means you have space for anything and everything you deem important enough to be with you all the time. The Blackberry Pearl 8100 supports all four GSM bands across the world. The device is a master at web browsing with its on board GPRS and EDGE technology and a fully evolved HTML browser. Surf, work, rock or shoot pictures – do them in style with the Blackberry Pearl 8100.
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