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BlackBerry Kickstart gets detailed

BlackBerry Kickstart gets detailed
We've seen it, seen it in more detail and seen how it works, but now we know just what it brings to the table. UK online retailer Expansys has put product pages up for the Kickstart (Pearl?) 8210 and 8220. As always, the 10 indicates the device has GPS and the 20 indicates Wi-Fi. It looks like they will come in red and black initially, but knowing RIM we'll have a fullrainbowofcolors when all is said and done.

The details are:
Dimensions:- 101.6x 50.8 x 17.18 mm
Weight: 101.2g
Battery:- Capacity: 900mAh
Display:- 240 x 320 pixels/2.6 inch (Main)- Secondary 160 x 128 pixels (Secondary)
Network:- GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 (Quad-Band)
Camera:- 2 mega-pixels (auto-focus)- 5 x Digital Zoom- LED Flash
Video:- Video Recording- Supported formats: MP4, 3GPP, H.264 & DivX
Music:- Supported formats: MP3, AAC, eAAC+ & WMA
Ringtones:- Monophonic- Polyphonic- MP3- AAC
Messaging:- SMS- MMS (with video)- E-mail (POP3, SMTP, IMAP4, MS Exchange, BlackBerry)- Instant Messaging (Yahoo! & Google Talk)
Memory:- Phone Book (unlimited)- Dialled Calls- Missed Calls- Received Calls- 75MB (internal)- microSDHC (external)
Call Features:- Hands Free- Caller ID- Voice Dialling- Push to Talk (PTT)
Connectivity:- microUSB- 3.5mm Audio Connector- Bluetooth (2.0)- Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11g)- GPRS Class 32 (For 8220 only)
Connectivity: - microUSB - 3.5mm Audio Connector - Bluetooth (2.0) - GPRS Class 32 (For 8210 only)
Navigation: - AGPS - BlackBerry Maps (For 8210 only)
Features:- Office Document Viewer (Word, Excel)- PDF Document Viewer - Texas Hold'em, Klondik & Sudoki Games

source: Expansys (and here) via Engadget Mobile

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