100 Palm Pre 2 units are being given out for free to developers

100 Palm Pre 2 units are being given out for free to developers
It surely does pay being a developer for Palm’s webOS platform since we’ve seen the longtime smartphone maker give out free Palm Pre Plus units to developers in the past.

However, they’re at it again by giving out exactly 100 unlocked versions of the GSM Palm Pre 2 to those who are enrolled in their developer support program. Naturally, it’s a nice gesture on their part, but we’d imagine it going a long way since we’re on the verge of seeing some new hardware being announced tomorrow at their special event. Still, these free Palm Pre 2 units will prove to be valuable for developers who are intent and serious about branching out the platform to new heights.

Now this is a first come, first serve process to developers – so don’t wait too long because they’re obviously not going to last for long. Some have already been contacted by Palm via e-mail regarding the free units, but if you haven’t, you might want to drop them a line to let them know that you’re interested.

via PreCentral

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Pre 2 GSM
  • Display 3.1" 320 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP
  • Storage 16 GB

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6 Comments

1. JeffdaBeat unregistered

Well that's good news. One month after the phone comes out, HP can say they at least sold 100 phones...

2. XxVerbalxX unregistered

ouch. little rough there, not having a great day? ur usually very even handed.

3. Droid_X_Doug

Posts: 5993; Member since: Dec 22, 2010

Still no CDMA edition. Wonder why?

4. shannbholla unregistered

Palm still making phones? WOW.

5. AYMEN MDAINI unregistered

AIDER MOI POUR OUVRIR MON TELEPHON PALM

6. AYMEN MDAINI unregistered

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