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RIM Debuts First Clamshell Device

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Sep 9, 2008, 11:08 PM   by Rich Brome

Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the long-rumored BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220, the company's first device in a clamshell form factor. The 8220 is a quad-band GSM/EDGE phone with dual color displays. The outer display can show previews of incoming emails and text messages, while the inside is dominated by a QVGA main display. Like the Pearl 8120, the 8220 sports a SureType text keypad, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi (including UMA,) 2 megapixel camera with flash, and memory card slot supporting cards up to 16 GB. The Pearl Flip 8220 will be exclusive to T-Mobile in the US, and will go on sale this fall.




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Sep 10, 2008, 3:02 PM

As soon as I win this in the Blackberry contest....

It's going on Ebay and I'm using the money from it to buy the HTC Dream.
same here but it will prob take 2-3 months for us to get it from the contest just like all the other contest prizes

Sep 10, 2008, 1:59 PM

Its things like this

That make me hate Verizon... You know it will be probably 2 years before they bring this bad boy out. 😡 😡 😡
its things like this that make me say eeww
Is this concept even going to work. T-Mobile had the Samsung T719 come out 2 years ago, it also had Blackberry branding and used the blackberry email(during the big anti-trust thingy that was going on). We were really excited about it and thought it...
Are you a Verizon customer? What is your current phone?
T Mobster

Sep 10, 2008, 8:10 PM


nice phone. however idk if suretype is for me..i prefer qwerty. im trying to win the tm-506 contest
There's a tm-506 contest!? Oh man, I gotta check into that. Nobody told me bout that one...
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