Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Palm Pre next-gen smartphone

Of all the surprises surrounding the Palm Pre, the biggest may have been the network exclusivity scored by Sprint. The embattled network has always led the charge with new Palm devices, and we've had a great experience using our Palm Treos on Sprint's 3G network, so we weren't too concerned. In all, this could be a real coup for Sprint's EV-DO Rev. A service. Otherwise, the Palm Pre goes well beyond updating the stale Palm OS platform, and brings an entirely new interface and hardware paradigm in the form of the Palm WebOS. The WebOS is a jewel of a touchscreen interface, and it includes some interesting synchronization options to allow users to seamlessly navigate between corporate mail, personal e-mail on Google as well as social networking on Facebook. The Palm Pre hardware itself packs all the high-end features you'd expect from a modern smartphone, all in a slim, rounded design.

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