A second webOS phone to come out this year?

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A second webOS phone to come out this year?
Tired of waiting for the Pre to come out? Well, we’ll have to disappoint you if you’ve been biting your nails for yet another possible release date. Instead, there’s a rumor about something much cooler actually, at least in our opinion. It is said that a phone, similar to the Pre, has been in development by Palm for some time now. The source also gives a few extra details about it. In terms of appearance, the "Mini-Pre" as the source calls it, is to be smaller than its popular brother, but it is still unclear whether or not it would sport a hardware QWERTY keyboard. However, one thing is for sure – if such a device really exists, it will undoubtedly utilize Palm’s brand new webOS. The word has it the “Mini-Pre” is to come out as early as this fall, but we suppose it´s more likely we see it around the end of the year.

source: TechCrunch

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5 Comments

1. bigfanboyred

Posts: 141; Member since: Jan 17, 2009

a new pre-centro? (according to BGR)

2. The Godfather unregistered

VZW PreCentro for the WIN ( BB Storm FTW x4)

3. htsee

Posts: 86; Member since: Mar 15, 2009

if history is any indication, a precentro would still come out for sprint first, and then the other carriers would pick it up (going off of the centro and other palm devices)

4. SellPhones82

Posts: 569; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Word is this one is going to At&t and will be the Palm EOS. Only 4 gig and no WiFi though... http://www.crunchbase.com/product/palm-eos

5. htsee

Posts: 86; Member since: Mar 15, 2009

i saw the story, and the device looks intruiging... 4 gb of storage? for the sake of being a good device, it should have a micro sd card slot, otherwise, itll be flamed pretty quickly...

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