Verizon Wireless started offering the CDMA version of the Blackberry Pearl smartphone, which is the company's first ever CDMA handset.
Features of the Pearl include support for dual-band EVDO (800/1900 MHz) network, integration with up to 10 e-mail accounts, a 2Mpix camera, and a 240x260 resolution screen. The battery provides up to 220 minutes of talk time and 216 hours standby time.
The phone will be available on November 8 for $299 after a 2-year agreement.
For what this phone has to offer its price seems a bit high, don't you think?