Packing in Wi–Fi, a QWERTY 'board, and a 240x320 LCD, Bluetooth 2.0 and BlackBerry Maps, it's without doubt a multimedia powerhouse. Sadly though, this is a 3G free zone, with only EDGE to get you by when you're outside a hotspot.
You can sync up AAC tracks from iTunes though, which at least means you'll be able to ease your sluggish web–based pain with your favourite tracks. You'll be able to store plenty too, as there's support for a massive 16GB SD card. Weighty.
It's due out in 'the fall' according to RIM, with prices and plans to be announced by the networks soon. We'll bring you any news as soon as we sniff it out.
BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220
On sale: Autumn