We very near plotting RIM had retired the Pearl, as the company had not released a new one for very near two years. But it turns out we wereincorrect; RIM announced its latest Pearl earlier this year. The RIM BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 looks very akin to its predecessors, but it carries a much more modern figure set that includes 3G help, GPS, Wi-Fi, and a 3.2-megapixel camera. Even if it ships with OS 5, the Pearl 3G is also one of a few phones that are upgradable to OS 6. The BlackBerry Pearl 3G is available for $149.99 after a two-year benefit contract with AT&T.
At first glance, the Pearl 3G has very near the same point as previous Pearl handsets, like that of the Pearl 8120, for model. But at 4.25 inches tall by 1.96 inches wide by 0.52 inch thick, the Pearl 3G feels just a touch slimmer and smoother. The devious curves, rubberized sides, soft-touch back, and 3.3-ounce consequence add up to a nice feel in the hand. The overall compact point of the Pearl compared with the better BlackBerry models is beyond doubt its strong point. The Pearl 3G for AT&T also has a descent red color we find arresting–it starts out leave behind at the underside and finishes black at the top.
The RIM BlackBerry Pearl 3G has a 2.2-inch sight and an optical touch pad.
Of way, with such a small handset, you can’t guess a huge sight. Yet we found the 2.26-inch sight huge enough for our needs. It chains 65,536 sign with 360×400 pixel pledge, which consequences in rich and animated graphics and text. We also like the bold and peculiar icons that come standard with OS 5. You can change the size, style, and family tree of the fonts, the brightness, the backlight timer, and the menu style. Read more at allitreview.com