Spring getting green and rose colored Centros
The new devices are slated to be available for $79.99 on a two year agreement, and will be available in most stores on November 2nd.
Palm Centro Specifications | Review
source: Business Wire via EngadgetMobile
1. DamonO (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0 0
Thank goodness for the RAM upgrade! It's nice to see the PDA's getting cheaper too. Good job Sprint!
2. 706VZWUser (unregistered) posted on 15 Oct 2008, 15:01 0 0
The RAM upgrade is a definant improvement over the previous "model." Still waiting to for the "Centro 2" to drop though.
3. (unregistered) posted on 15 Oct 2008, 17:42 0 0
I know I am going to get flamed by all the palm lovers, but what does Palm have to offer as a smartphone that WM or blackberry dont? Or, I guess the better question is what sets them apart from the field above the others? I honestly think that Palm is a great phone, but has struck out on todays standards of smartphones. I guess they have a market, or they wouldnt be selling as many units as they do, but what are the benefits?
4. tmoney (unregistered) posted on 16 Oct 2008, 12:19 0 0
well the centro offers a small device with a robust portfolio of available software and a touchscreen for a low, low price. It is the obvious choice of smartphone for anyone who owns a mac but prefers a physical keyboard to touchscreen-only iphone.
5. (unregistered) posted on 16 Oct 2008, 13:25 0 0
the niche that they have is the ease of use... i am probably going to get flamed for this, but the iphone platform, in my opinion is a revised version of the palm os... very easy to use... just click the action you want to launch... and has a physical keyboard... and there are a lot of businesses that run goodlink applications, which is available on the palm os...