P120 and C40 - Palm phones emerge in Sprint's inventory system

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P120 and C40 - Palm phones emerge in Sprint's inventory system
Inventory systems seem to be a pretty good source of information about cell phones nowadays and the fact that you are reading this story clearly confirms this statement. What you can see below is an image of Sprint’s inventory management system that shows there are a total of three codenamed Palm devices. Of course, the first one, the P100, is the Pre with its price tag of $549.99. However, there is no word on the nature of the P120 and the C40. One thing we can say here is that we expect this P120 to have something in common with the P121 found in Verizon’s inventory system. Could it be the Eos? And what is the C40 then? We hope answers are just an inch away now.

source: PreCentral



1. mr. anderson

Posts: 92; Member since: Apr 16, 2009

common sense would say the c40 is the eos. the p120 should be related to the pre; if not an upgrade then perhaps a no camera version

2. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

or maybe a version without a phyiscal keyboard., or maybe one that slides landscape than portrait. We can only hope right... Portrait mode is nice for making calls, but the keys are sooooooo tiny.

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