Sorry to blow that big, fancy release you were planning next February, T-Mobile, but it appears you've been beaten to the punch. Strangely, regional carrier (and, ironically, recent T-Mobile acquisition) SunCom appears to be first out of the gate in the US to release the WiFi-equipped Pearl 8120, the next episode of RIM's popular Pearl series for GSM networks that brings the device roughly in line with what's available for the CDMA peeps. Early adoption has its price, though: SunCom's 8120 will set you back a cool $220 on a two year agreement -- assuming you're in a SunCom coverage area and you like the color blue, that is.

[Thanks, Chaps]

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