Haier Black Pearl

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The Haier Black Pearl is a mini-sized MP3 cell phone manufactured by Haier. It has been described as "a lipstick case sized luxury phone" [1]. It is a full featured phone with a host of features. Features include MP3, FM Stereo, BlueTooth, Voice Recorder and full color display.

The Haier Black Pearl "conventional" head phone pin sized point. [2] and OLED display. The benefit of the latter is generally, lower power consumption at the expense of lifespan of the display). See OLED for more details.


General Specifications include [3]:

  • Up to 1.128 GB Memory
  • Blue Tooth
  • Games, Alarm, Calendar, Messaging, Calculator
  • D Full Color Display
  • USB 2.0 connectivity and charging
  • Holds over 250 songs


  • Battery 730mAh Li-ion mAH
  • Power Management Via USB charging
  • Standby Time up to 200 hours
  • Talk Time up to 3 hours
  • Play Time up to 11 hours


  • Size 90.6×35.3×18.2 mm
  • Weight 64 g
  • Color Half mirror
  • BlueTooth Features
  • BlueTooth File Transfer Profile
  • Stereo MP3 transfer
  • Hands- free
  • Service Discovery


  • T- flash (micro SD card) up to 1 GB (not included)
  • USB- mini USB cable
  • (data transfer+ charging)
  • Stereo earphones
  • CD Manuals
  • Charger
  • BT- Feature List

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