T-Mobile and RIM launched the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 smartphone featuring Wi-Fi connectivity for voice and data, with support for T-Mobile's HotSpot @Home Wi-Fi calling feature. The Pearl features a two megapixel camera with zoom, media player with stereo Bluetooth support and external microSD memory card slot. and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
TMob's Pearl will come out of the box with myFaves compatibility, support for AOL/Yahoo/Windows Live/Google instant messaging, an HTML Web browser, and voice activated dialing. The handset features the trackball and SureType keyboard that have made other variants of the Pearl popular, even if I found it too small to easily use.
The BlackBerry Pearl 8210 will be available from T-Mobile starting April 14.