RIM’s brand new BlackBerry Pearl 3G will be available pretty soon in Australia, as Telstra – the country’s largest mobile operator – has just announced that it’s “the exclusive Australian launch partner” for it.
Unlike Vodafone UK’s Pearl 3G (9105), Telstra’s version is the 9100, which has a SureType QWERTY keyboard instead of a regular, alphanumeric one.
Other than that, the Pearl 3G 9100 features HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 360 x 400 pixels display, BlackBerry Messenger, BlackBerry Maps, stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm audio jack, dedicated music keys, 3.2MP autofocus camera, and a 624MHz processor.
Telstra says that the BlackBerry Pearl 3G will be available to its customers later this month, in “piano black” and “royal purple”. The carrier didn’t announce the smartphone’s price yet.
Via Press release
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