Phone Review: BlackBerry Pearl 9105
Living in the digital age, the office has had to cope with many different improvements, fFrom computers making the office (nearly) paperless, to the internet allowing us to carry out work anywhere and anytime. We also have to acknowledge the effect Research in Motion has had on the mobile office, with the businessman’s super-efficient office accessory, the BlackBerry. Now a staple of any mobile office, the BlackBerry has revolutionised what a <a href=”http://www.orange.co.uk/”>mobile phone</a> can do for the professional who has little or no time on his/her hands. Having pioneered the ‘QWERTY candybar’ layout other mobile phone manufacturers have craved to recreate, BlackBerry’s latest addition to the Pearl family of mobile phones, the Pearl 9105
The Pearl 9105 continues RIM’s attempts to capture the lucrative consumer market, whilst still catering for its core business customers, due to the inclusion of a standard mobile phone keypad. Despite not using any of its 20 key or QWERTY variant keyboards, it still packs a mighty punch if you’re looking for a handset that has all of the trademark features a BlackBerry is known for, the <a href=”http://shop.orange.co.uk/mobile-phones/blackberry-pearl-9105″>Blackberry Pearl 9105</a> fails to disappoint.
As usual, it sports access to the usual BlackBerry Applications, such as access to your email whilst on the move using ‘push’ technology, access to the BlackBerry App Store, and of course, BlackBerry Messenger. This unique feature, only available to those using BlackBerry handsets allows users to send instant messages to other ‘BBM’ users instantly, including the ability to send and share photos and documents.
The Pearl 9105 also packs in all the standard features a modern smartphone should have. A 3.2 megapixel camera allows you to take pictures instantly, and with Facebook and Twitter integration included, you can upload pictures to your profiles at the touch of a button. Also included is a near full web, and in conjunction with a BlackBerry Internet Service either through your work or your carrier’s <a href=”http://shop.orange.co.uk/mobile-phones/pay-as-you-go”>pay as you go</a> or pay monthly plans, provides you with access to the internet whenever, wherever.
BlackBerry continues to set the standard at what a high quality phone should be made up of by using quality materials and designing the phone to stand out from the crowd. The Pearl 9105 is definitely a phone that will attract a lot of interest when used out and about. Also, with top quality call quality and signal reception, sometimes catching the smallest of signal in areas where others can’t definitely makes it a worthwhile purchase on what mobile networks are pricing on increasingly competitive pay monthly tariffs.
About the Author
Pandora Devine is a freelance journalist and is raising her profile in the field of mobile technology. She wrote this article originally for Orange UK.
BlackBerry Pearl 9100/9105