We've already seen the BlackBerry Pearl 3G pass through the FCC once. The first time around it was caught carrying standard 3G bands which are standard for that of AT&T, Rogers, Bell and TELUS. This time however, Engadget has caught it passing through with 1700mHz which is designed for carriers such as T-Mobile and WIND (deja vu?). We reported on the rumours that T-Mobile was taking a pass on the sexy new Pearl but after that some more information has indeed come about. That being that T-Mobile actually has the device floating around their internal systems and is being identified as "T-Mo P3G 148", so we'll see how it all plays out. As it stands, the FCC passed both the 14 and 20 key configurations with flying colors.