I don't know about you, but ever since I laid my hands on a QWERTY device, there was no looking back. Others, however, prefer a smaller form factor and will therefore sacrifice QWERTY for something lighter that consumes less pocket space. But what if you could have your cake and eat it too?
According to BGR, you can. Truesupplier, a reputable company that sells OEM parts and accessories for BlackBerry and other devices, is advertising a full QWERTY keyboard for the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 - the device that is expected to replace the 8100 series, and isn't available as of yet. Additionally, there's a rumor via CrackBerry suggesting that consumers will have an option between a full QWERTY keyboard and SureType on the new 9100.
Keep in mind that it's not entirely common to have a phone with two different keyboard options (though it has been done before), and that one possibility could be the SureType version going to one carrier and the QWERTY version going to another. So what's it going to be Pearl fans - SureType or QWERTY? Leave your comments below!