Phone Reviews: BlackBerry RIM Pearl-8120 Titanium

Short Reviews

Size: 107 x 50 x 14 mm
Weight: 91 g
Make/Model: RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8120
Network: GSM
Display: 2.25” Color LCD, 260 x 240 resolution, 65,000 Colors
Memory: 64 MB built-in, microSD card slot
Data: EDGE, 802.11 b/g WiFI
Carrier: T-Mobile (Locked)
Form Factor: Candybar
Notable Features: SureType QWERTY keyboard; Trackball navigation; Push Email; IM Clients; HotSpot@Home (UMA calling); myFaves support; 3.5mm headphone jack; 2MP camera;

Integrated WiFi for Web, Email, and HotSpot@Home UMA Calling; Trackball is easy to use; Integrated IM Clients; Second-to-None Push Email; 2MP Camera with Flash; 3.5 mm Headphone Jack; Compact Size

Minus: OS Menus and Fonts Remind me of 1989; SureType QWERTY board will be too small for some; Video capture quality is mediocre

T-Mobile the new pearl is a good thing and makes it better through the integrated Wi-Fi networks for data access and T-Mob's HotSpot @ Home. Some other minor improvements to the handset's media player and the keyboard a little better. Pearl still too small for my hands, but the functionality and features packages smartphone saving money on a large device that looks and feels like a phone - not a brick. RIM's gotta revise its user interface soon, however. The icons and fonts are feeling more and more each day's date.

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