Sell Used BlackBerry Pearl
Sell Used BlackBerry Pearl
If you have a used BlackBerry Pearl that you are looking to get rid of, Totem® is interested in paying you cash for it. Broken, water damaged or in mint condition, Totem® can still deposit money into your PayPal account in 48 to 72 hours. Our skilled technicians can utilize your used BlackBerry Pearl for spare parts and they have the connections to resell the phone to eager foreign markets.
History of the BlackBerry Pearl
As one of the most popular lines in the BlackBerry family, the Pearl epitomizes the design and functionality the company incorporates into its smartphones. Released in 2006, the BlackBerry Curve was the first to incorporate a built-in camera, a fully functioning media player and the company's unique trackball, a small, white "pearl" that functions like a computer mouse. BlackBerry Pearl phones also feature cameras and media players, Bluetooth and voice dialing, HTML browsing and emailing, as well as GPS support via BlackBerry Maps.
Totem® is currently buying used BlackBerry Pearl models 8100, 8110 or 8120. When you sell a used BlackBerry Pearl to Totem, you can choose to receive your money by PayPal or a mailed check. To get a free quote to sell a BlackBerry Pearl, click on the appropriate model below:
Codenamed "The Stealth," the BlackBerry Pearl 8100 was the first BlackBerry smartphone to integrate multimedia capabilities, such as a 1.3MP camera and video and music playback, with expandable memory slots, mapping assistance, email functions, Bluetooth and EDGE support. The slimmer, sleeker design, with its glossy black and chrome finish, featured a smaller SureType keyboard and a miniature "pearl" ball for four-way scrolling that replaced the side-scrolling trackwheel previously included in all other BlackBerry phones. The phone was first released on the Verizon network, then later with AT&T.
Available through AT&T and Verizon Wireless, the BlackBerry Pearl 8110 featured minimal upgrades from its predecessor. One of the most notable enhancements was the inclusion of real-time GPS assistance, which made the BlackBerry Pearl 8110 a good choice for consumers and business professionals who were always on the go. The smartphone also included voice dialing, a voice recorder, two instant messaging services and a 2MP camera.
Although the BlackBerry Pearl 8120 is identical in design to the original Pearl, the newer 2008 model was upgraded to include Wi-Fi capabilities, an improved 2MP camera, an integrated video recorder, an updated Web browser and a more user-friendly interface. The AT&T version lacked the 3G network and GPS support included in the T-Mobile model, despite carrying a higher price tag.