Research In Motion (RIM) has launched the BlackBerry Pearl 3G, its smallest model to date and the first to feature a traditional mobile phone keypad.
The handset measures just 50mm wide and weighs only 93g, but manages to cram in a 3.2-megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and a large, high-resolution screen.
It features an optical trackpad for navigation, supports up to 32GB of personal content and holds a microSD/SDHD memory card slot that supports up to 32GB cards.
The 9100 model features a 20-key condensed Qwerty keyboard and the 9105 model features a 14-key traditional phone keyboard, said RIM.
"We think the new BlackBerry Pearl 3G addresses a substantial market opportunity," said Mike Lazaridis, RIM president and co-chief executive.
"It allows consumers to upgrade their traditional mobile phone to a full-featured, easy-to-use and fashionable 3G BlackBerry smartphone that supports BlackBerry Messenger and many other apps while maintaining a handset design and layout that is familiar and comfortable."
RIM is also likely to reveal the BlackBerry Bold 9650 later today, according to a report on TheStreet, which refers to information from RIM's public relations team.
The announcements coincide with RIM's WES 2010 conference taking place in Orlando, Florida.
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