The Blackberry Pearl 9105 takes on a new direction with the removal of the full QWERTY keyboard in favour of an alphanumeric keypad to provide a more traditionally styled look. Blackberry SureType predictive input learns the words you use most to still offer users a speedy system for creating messages and emails.
Multitasking is on offer and this becomes an invaluable tool when visiting the Blackberry Application World where new apps can be downloaded quickly over 3G whilst you continue to use the Pearls many other features. The young professional will be pleased to see wireless Bluetooth and GPS with Blackberry Maps whilst the seasoned business man can get organised with the built-in organiser and read email attachments via the document viewer/editor.
For out of works hours, the Pearl brings to the table a decent array of entertainment options usually only seen in the fashion phone market. The media player can be synchronised with iTunes and your favourite tracks can be enjoyed over the integrated speakers or via your headphones connected to the standardised 3.5mm audio jack. The camera holds a respectable picture resolution of 3.2-megapixels and professional quality images can be captured with ease thanks to auto-focus and a 2.5x digital zoom.
The Pearl 9105 takes the business end of the market head on and introduces a fresh new approach from Blackberry.