Blackberry Pearl To Launch on T-Mobile Sept. 12
Sep 7, 2006, 12:18 AM by (staff)
RIM today officially announced the Blackberry Pearl - the first multimedia capable Blackberry, as well as the smallest device in their lineup. The Pearl is a quad-band GSM / EDGE handset with RIM's hybrid SureType keypad that measures 4.2" x 1.97" x .57". The Pearl is the first Blackberry to drop the scroll wheel in favor of a trackball. It features a 1.3 Megapixel camera with flash, Bluetooth, 64 MB memory and a Micro SD slot. In addition to the email support, HTML browser and IM clients common to Blackberries on T-Mobile, the Pearl has a media player capable of playing MP3, AAC, MPEG4 and H.263 (3GP) files. It also has a new Blackberry Maps application which will adding mapping and location based services to the device. The Pearl will launch on T-Mobile September 12.
Samsung Debuts Black Pearl Color for Galaxy S7 Edge
Samsung today said a black pearl version of the Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone will go on sale in select markets starting December 9. The black pearl color will only be available with 128 GB of storage, which means the price will be in the neighborhood of $870.
Apple Debuts New Bands for Apple Watch
Apple today revealed its Spring collection of bands for the Apple Watch, which include a variety of new colors and styles. Apple updated the Woven Nylon band with stripes and colors.
BlackBerry Puts the Classic to Pasture
BlackBerry today said it will cease manufacturing the BlackBerry Classic handset. The Classic debuted in December 2014 and is one of the last devices from BlackBerry to run BlackBerry OS.
BlackBerry Overhauls Productivity Tab for Android
BlackBerry today pushed out a brand new version of the Productivity Tab application for Android handsets, including the Priv, DTEK50, and DTEK60. BlackBerry says the Productivity Tab is now cleaner and more user friendly thanks to the addition of features such as Quick Triage for items in the Hub.
BlackBerry Weighing Move to Android
BlackBerry is considering whether or not to make a smartphone based on Google's Android platform rather than its own operating system, reports Reuters. Citing sources familiar with BlackBerry's plans, Reuters says the company is working on a slider handset that would have a touch screen and a slide-out physical keyboard for typing.
This Blackberry KILLS all others!!!!
Hows the battery life?!
will either of these new cingular blackberries be available before the end of september? my company is asking me to move to cingular by the end of the month and i hope to own the latest and greatest BB.
Any Price Info??
Hope there's a CDMA version in the works
Anyone here with some info?
See Mossberg's review in WSJ
Is there a way to turn off predictive text?
Im new to BB so thats why i have the noob question