Looks like RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry Pearl 9100 has already been spotted despite not being released officially just yet, with whispers that it will be available from T-Mobile in the US or Wind in Canada. We do know that the Pearl 9100 will support WCDMA bands I, IV and VIII – which translates to 2100MHz, 1700MHz (AWS) and 900MHz. Having said that, a logical conclusion would point towards T-Mobile and Wind since they’re the only North American carriers which rely on the 1700MHz spectrum. Features of the BlackBerry Pearl 9100 include 3G support, a SureType QWERTY keypad, Wi-Fi connectivity, an optical trackpad and a camera with LED flash.
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