BlackBerry Pearl Flip announced for T-Mobile

BlackBerry Pearl Flip announced for T-Mobile
RIM officially announced the first BlackBerry that isn’t a candybar, the clamshell Pearl Flip 8220. When it is closed, it has a small color display that can be used to preview incoming email, messages or calls. On the inside are the main QVGA display and a SureType QWERTY keyboard, similar to the original Pearl.
The new phone is a quad-band GSM (2G only) and will be available starting this fall. In the States, T-Mobile will offer it exclusively, but timing or pricing is not yet announced. The Pearl Flip 8220 supports Wi-Fi and UMA, to take advantage of the “Unlimited HotSpot Calling” service that the carrier offers. Other features include a 2-megapixel camera, microSDHC slot for memory, stereo Bluetooth and HTML browser.

source: RIM


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