According to this internal inventory screenshot, the upcoming BlackBerry Pearl 9100 (Pearl 3G) will be available to Rogers and Bell customers at a price of $79.99 on a new 3-year contract. I you choose the non-contract option, the handset will cost you $449.99. U.S. residents will be able to get the phone from AT&T and T-Mobile. Release dates haven't been announced yet.
The upcoming BlackBerry 9800 was mentioned in a UAProf document a while ago and could possibly be the speculated BlackBerry Slider. Based on the document, the phone will have 3G, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and a 360 x 480 display. Furthermore, it will be running OS 6.0, and can very well be an updated version of the 9700a or the Storm 3.
Some details regarding the recently announced BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9100 and 9105. Both smartphones have the same features except the different keypads, and are the smallest handsets to ever be released by RIM. The 9100 comes with a 20-key hybrid QWERTY SureType keypad, while the 9105 offers a more traditional 14 key alphanumeric layout.Shared features include:
Sprint has announced the launch date for the BlackBerry Bold 9650. The phone will be available in "all Sprint sale channels" starting May 23 at a price of $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate and 2-year contract. Key features include 480 x 360 display, OS 5.0, Wi-Fi module and 3.2Mpix camera.
These are the first availailable photos of the upcoming BlackBerry Pearl 9105 with a T9 keypad. Apparently no changes were made to the configuration settings in Input Options when compared to the current Pearl and Pearl Flip line-up. The phone is expected to become available sometime next month, and that includes the U.S.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has confirmed that the launch of Flash 10.1 for Android, BlackBerry and webOS has been pushed back to the second-half of this year. He also said we’re going to see flash on tablet devices, presumably running Android and Chrome.
RIM has unveiled the BlackBerry Pearl 3G. The phone is headed to Bell, Telus, and Rogers in Canada, and features a 3.2Mpix camera, 802.11n WiFi, GPS, support for triband HSDPA data with quadband GSM / EDGE, as well as RIM's new optical trackpad.