Although AT&T have been offering it for a while, it is nice to see that T-Mobile will carry it also. The 8120 is the second generation Pearl GSM with the most significant update being the added WiFi. In the case of T-Mobile, it will be usable for the HotSpot @Home UMA service, which helps for both extending the coverage and lowering the bill. Other improvements include an enhanced Internet browser, a 2-megapixel camera (instead of 1.3), now with video capture, extended battery talk-time, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
RIM BlackBerry Curve 8330
The Curve 8330 is the CDMA member of the Curve family. It stays between the Pearl and the 8820/8830, being the smallest BlackBerry with a real full QWERTY. Yet, it is consumer oriented, with a trackball for navigation, a camera and a 3.5mm headphones jack. Sprint announced it will offer it this month (though we guess it will launch on the 16th) for $180 after rebates, while Verizon will get it a month later, at $270 after rebates.