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Monday, 13 October 2008 07:28

Pearl 8110 shows up on AT&T site

Written by David Stellmack

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Sandstone with pink henna design

A new version of the BlackBerry Pearl 8110 in Sandstone with pink henna has shown up on AT&T’s Website as available. The new Sandstone with pink henna design is targeted at the female audience where the Pearl 8110 has done quite well.

While the sandstone and pink coloring will likely not be a big hit with the non-female audience, the Pearl 8110 will include all of the features that you have seen in previous models of the Pearl, including GPS, SureType, 2Megapixel camera with video, and, of course, Bluetooth 2.0 support.

However, our shadow dweller does suggest that availability of the Pearl 8110 might be somewhat limited, as AT&T is expecting for it to be popular due to the sandstone with pink henna design. If it does grab your eye and you want one for the holidays, our source is suggesting that you need to move quickly to secure one. It is unknown if AT&T intends to secure additional units beyond the first initial order even if sales are good, since new BlackBerry models are expected after the first of the year at AT&T.
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