The new smartphone includes built-in GPS support for location-based apps.
AT&T (NYSE:T) and Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) have unveiled the new BlackBerry Pearl 8110 smartphone, which includes built-in GPS support for location-based applications, such as AT&T Navigator.
The new smartphone features e-mail and messaging capabilities, including RIM's SureType QWERTY keyboard system, a display that supports more than 65,000 colors, and the YELLOWPAGES.COM Mobile application. Small business customers can couple their BlackBerry data plans with AT&T's new BusinessTalk voice plans, which start at $60 a month for five users and 700 Anytime Minutes.
"The BlackBerry Pearl 8110's stylish design and consumer features blend well with the productivity features for managing your day while away from home or the office," Michael Woodward, vice president of business voice/data and wireless products for AT&T's wireless unit, said in a statement.