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)
Thank goodness for the RAM upgrade! It's nice to see the PDA's getting cheaper too. Good job Sprint!
2. 706VZWUser (unregistered)
The RAM upgrade is a definant improvement over the previous "model." Still waiting to for the "Centro 2" to drop though.
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)
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.
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...