Palm Centro AT&T Review
We still really like the Palm Centro, but prefer the CDMA version for its 3G data. The device feels great in your hand, call performance was admirable and as a smartphone there isn’t anything it can’t do. This phone is aimed at the “tweener” crowd- the 16-29 year olds who have never owned a smartphone- but given the robust support for both multimedia and business applications and the fantastic form-factor this phone should appeal to anyone interested in the Palm OS. Oh, and the $99 pricetag will continue to draw in a few users as well.
- Great size
- Low price point
- Full-featured Palm OS device
- Easy to use
- Good phone performance
- Palm OS is stable, but boring
- Lack of 3G data
another crappy phone, my Nokia 6630 from 5 years ago takes better pics.
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who cares if your old phone takes better pictures
oh yeah- well my camera takes better pics- but won't organize my life or make phone calls or browse the net or play music...
hey wait so instant messaging is free to USE? wont it access the internet? therefore i hav to pay for using the internet right?