Short video preview of Palm's webOS 2.0 apears on YouTube
Judging from the video it seems that the MobileMe and DropBox integrations we saw earlier are actually part of QuickOffice. The preview shows a bit about the cards management, and some new notification features, so you can watch it below to explore what Palm and HP have in store for their future touch-enabled devices. We cross fingers they don't pull the plug on the video too soon.
1. derk614 (unregistered)
looks good.....darn i wished i stayed with webOS instead of going to android
2. baldilocks (Posts: 411; Member since: 14 Dec 2008)
webOS is missing one great thing...... great hardware.
4. beowd (unregistered)
Ive seen far more failed hardware on Android phones than webOS. I would take a Palm device over any Android phone any day of the week.
5. Whateverman (Posts: 3065; Member since: 17 May 2009)
At least Android has a variety of hardware. And with Motorola making the Droid line up, there are at least four phones with solid hardware. (Now we just need to convince them to STOP putting Blur on everything) You get two choices with Palm and that's it. And both of those devices were sub par on the hardware side. Hopefully HP will kick out multiple high end devices with higher quality materials, make Web OS a little more user friendly, and beef up the App Catalog. I'd hate to see Palm totally disappear.
3. ayephoner (Posts: 832; Member since: 09 Jun 2009)
pre 2 is rumored to launch within a couple months, but i'd put it at the end of the year, beginning of next. webOS is the best mobile OS, imho. i dont mind the hardware lacking a bit. you can overclock for speed. i do wish they would properly market such a great device so they would sell and the app store could catch up a bit with the competitors.