Very slowly yet very steadily, Blackberry has been rolling out devices one after the other all through out this year. And as they say that it is never too late, the United States is at long last going to get the promised 9130 Pearl by Blackberry. And guess who gets to claim it first? The most unlikely of options-the Cincinnati Bell. It was almost for certain after seeing the Unlocked Pearl 3G by Blackberry this year that the claim would go to one the big four carriers, but it now seems that the Cincinnati Bell will be the first one to distribute before any of these big four carriers.
The Pearl 3G will of course set back by ninety nine dollars after the one hundred dollar rebate, which is quite a deal if you are an ardent fan and follower of the Pearl by Blackberry . The devise will obviously hit the other major carriers too. The FCC after all approved with AWS bands the sets Blackberry Unlocked 9100 and the 9105 with the AWS bands which evidently both Cincinnati Bell and the T-Mobile use. That would imply that might as well expect to get some of the T-Mobile user friendly units round about any time now. Some of the more noticeable features of the handset are the GPS system and the Wi-Fi. It also sports a display of 2.44 inch, a screen resolution of around 400x360 and a camera of 3.2 megapixels.
So in a nut shell it is practically a Unlocked Bold 9700 with a more resolute and compact setting. The announcement of the Pearl was made initially along side with the new Bold version, the Bold 9650 this spring at the Symposium. The likes of Bell, the Telus and the Rogers have all stepped forward and have all been offered shortly afterwards. And even India, which is quite a far cry, will be privy before the United States to the phones. It is not hard to guess why this is all becoming possible. For one, it has a very smart outlook and every carrier will want their share of it.