Palm and Verizon Announce the Pre and Pixi Plus
Jan 7, 2010, 2:40 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Palm announced an update to the Pre and Pixi devices. Changes compared to the original Pre include an updated design, twice the internal memory (16GB of storage) and an included Touchstone-compatible back cover. The Pre Plus also removes the navigation button. Palm also announced the Pixi Plus. It now includes Wi-Fi, which was missing on the Sprint version of the phone. Palm also announced that there will be more back covers for the Pixi. A new application for the Pre and Pixi Plus will make the devices mobile hotspots similar to the Novotal MiFi. It will support up to five other devices over Wi-Fi. Both devices will be available exclusively on the Verizon Wireless network on January 25.
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Oh Well let the churn begin...
Bad bad bad
Not good for Sprint... sort of...
bluecoyote said:It's unwarranted as the Pre is excellent and will be the first decent smartphone Verizon has.
Really? apparently you must be out of the loop and on another planet when the Droid was realeased.
Whats the difference?
The 'real' Palm Pre
Palm Pre on VZW
Will you still be able to use the Palm desktop software with
the Pre to sink your contacts? I have an old Palm 650 and really like the desktop software.
Doubtful with the old software. You are talking about a completely different OS
Sprint USED be on top of smartphones
The hardware lineup has always impressed me:
From the first camera phone and color screen phones, to the slimmest form factors and best PDA phones from 2003-2008 (Treo 300/600, Hitachi G1000 mammoth phone, HTC introduction: 6600 - 6800 etc.) Sprint was the place to go for the latest and greatest hardware. Say what you want, but the Palm Pre is a great phone and Sprint nabbed it with exclusivity (until spring of course)
NOW, Sprint is majorly upsetting me by providing little choice for a power user hungry for new technology. I am so tempted to switch to another carrier to upgrade my...
and in response to your 4g/wimax statement, if you read earlier today they announced a mifi s...
It is amazing how childish some toy seekers are. Oh...
What will the full retail price be?