It’s the morn of WES 2010, and as expected RIM has made a few announcements. First, we learned of the 3G Pearl that we’ve been anticipating for most of the year. This includes not only the 9100, but also the 9105, that 14-key model that I’ve ranted about during the past couple of weeks. RIM says they’ll be available in May on various carriers, so we have no hard date, nor do we have the exact pricing. Also as expected, RIM announced the BlackBerry Bold 9650, the update to the Tour, which was released last July. As with the Pearl 9100, we’ve known about the 9650 for quite a while. Expect a faster processor, Wi-Fi, and trackpad upgrades as compared to the Tour. As with the Pearl, the Bold will hit shelves in May, though there is no set release date. Last week we heard May 16 on Sprint. Finally, RIM has made Mobile Voice System 5 available for its BlackBerry Enterprise Server customers. This allows for Wi-Fi calling, among other features. You can learn more at blackberry.com/mvs.