BlackBerry Pearl 8100 Sim Free / Unlocked Mobile Phone was £250 now £200
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BlackBerry Pearl 8100 Sim Free / Unlocked Mobile Phone was £250 now £200

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Found 26th Aug 2008
The BlackBerry Pearl smartphone is small enough to take anywhere. It's the ultimate combination of brains and beauty.

The BlackBerry Pearl 8100 smartphone is one of the world's smallest smartphones and packs all of the power you expect from a BlackBerry smartphone. It comes complete with digital camera, multimedia capabilities and expandable memory. And it offers users everything else you would expect from a BlackBerry smartphone-including phone, email, web browser, text messaging (SMS and MMS), instant messaging, organizer applications and more.

Please Note: These are sim free and therefore unlocked to all networks
Camera 1.3 MP, 1280 x 1024 pixels, flash
Media player
Ringtones Type: Polyphonic (32 channels), MP3
EDGE: Yes
GPRS: Yes
Browser HTML
Bluetooth: Yes, v2.0
USB: Yes
Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
QWERTY keyboard
Internal Memory: 64 MB flash memory
Memory card slot: microSD
Dimensions: 107 x 50 x 14.5 mm
Weight: 89.5 grams
Battery Stand-by time: Up to 360 hours
Battery Talk time: Up to 3 hours and 30 minutes
SureType keyboard software
Organizer
Calculator
Built-in handsfree
To-do list

7 Comments

I've always fancied a smartphone but still think that they are quite expensive. Is this quite good?

All the blackberry are falling in price as new ones are being released. Just bought the new blackberry bold on orange, fantastic phone and would highly recommend this phone:thumbsup:

have 8120, fantastic mobile.iphone/mp3 ? ..........pffttt, WAV & BB all the way

Always wanted a blackberry to be like a celeb like Paris but I suppose you can't get them on PAYG.

you cant get push email but you can throw in any payg sim for all else

I have an 8120 & I like mine. Its got good feature, but mine does have a few little problems that annoy me no end!
BUT, with a blackberry, I think your tied to paying the monthly subscription to the blackberry service if you want to receive most of its features. I could be wrong & no doubt someone will point this out to me, but this is what I have had to do.
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