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Rogers has officially discontinued the BlackBerry Pearl 8110, with the Pearl 3G having been out for several weeks now. The Pearl 8110 served as an entry-level device for Canadians for years, and helped RIM get their devices into the consumer market. The Pearl 3G, which maintains the same form-factor as previous Pearl models, improves most features including the camera, processor, memory, etc. Head to Rogers now to pick up a Pearl 9100 3G for $49.99 on a 3 year term, or $424.99 contract-free. If you do own a Pearl 3G, remember that RIM has confirmed that it will get BlackBerry 6, the new operating system that will first launch on the Torch 9800.


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We have seen on the Rogers web site, a picture of the BlackBerry Pearl 8120. No information on the device but the spec of the Blackberry Pearl 8120 of Rogers is already known because this device is available in the United State (ATT and T-Mobile). The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 has a Wi-Fi connection for replace the GPS on the BlackBerry Pearl 8110. We have also information about BlackBerry 8820 and 8320 in Canada with WiFi connection but no image for the moment. No date and no price for the BlackBerry Pear 8120 for the moment but we work on that.


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After several information that have been circulating on the Internet, especially among Engadget and it is proven true, here this morning that Rogers and RIM announced the releases of BlackBerry Pearl 8110. The Pearl 8110 camera has a 2.0 mega pixels, a global positioning system and support the downloading of music via the Rogers Music Store. It also includes the BlackBerry Desktop Manager to monitor his BlackBerry. A microSD memory card to 1gig is also provided with the device. It is available at a price of 249.99$ with a contract for voice and data 3 years at Rogers.

"As the leading wireless carrier in Canada, Rogers is thrilled to offer the BlackBerry Pearl 8110," said John Boynton, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Rogers Wireless. "When we first launched the original BlackBerry Pearl in October 2006, it instantly became one of our most popular devices. We have a history of bringing best-in-class handsets as a Canadian first and the new BlackBerry Pearl 8110 is the perfect example with its enhanced functionality, sleek interface and brand new colour."

"Built-in GPS adds another powerful and practical dimension to the user experience," said Mark Guibert, Vice President, Corporate Marketing at Research In Motion. "The new BlackBerry Pearl 8110, with its stylish design and impressive communications, multimedia and navigation capabilities, is an exceptional smartphone for both business and personal use."


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