BlackBerryBlackBerry Pearl 8110 navigates its GPS maps through AT&T

BlackBerry Pearl 8110 navigates its GPS maps through AT&T

BlackBerry Pearl 8110 AT&T and Research In Motion (RIM) announced the inclusion of BlackBerry Pearl 8110 on to the AT&T arena of phones. The BlackBerry Pearl 8110 shook its hands with built in GPS system and AT&T Navigator.

The Trendy BlackBerry Pearl 8110 flashes it glossy titanium or rich red outer cover colors and a display which supports supports more than 65,000 colors and adjusts brightness intelligently based on surrounding light levels. The QWERTY keyboard phone enhances the experience with its word completion, spell-checker and add in your commonly used words with the user-customized dictionary.

“The BlackBerry Pearl 8110’s stylish design and consumer features blend well with the productivity features for managing your day while away from home or the office,” said Michael Woodward, vice president, Business Voice/Data and Wireless Products, for AT&T’s wireless unit. “Beyond the BlackBerry Pearl 8110’s powerful e-mail and messaging capabilities, which keep users on track with important information while mobile, its new built-in GPS capabilities – coupled with AT&T Navigator – will keep customers literally on track when they are getting from Point A to Point B.”

The phone though packed in with a lot of features, yet stays as small as 4.2 inches by 2.4 inches by 0.5 inches, weighs approximately 3.2 ounces. The BlackBerry Pearl 8110 connects to emails and makes web browsing really easy.

The smartphone costs as low as $149.99, with a two-year contract, unlimited data plan and $39.99 voice plan. To access the AT&T Navigator, the carrier provides a separate subscription package of $9.99 a month.

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