Two Palm devices for AT&T targeted for the first half of the year

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Two Palm devices for AT&T targeted for the first half of the year
Good news coming out of AT&T’s Developers Summit that’s being held right now in Las Vegas! Ralph de la Vega has just announced that two webOS handsets are expected to land on AT&T sometime within the first half of 2010. With the Palm Pre’s debut quickly approaching the one year mark, it’s been a long wait to see a GSM version come out for AT&T. So far there is no concrete information if it’s going to be either of the existing current Palm smartphones, the Pre and Pixi, that’ll make its way to AT&T. Frankly though, customers from the number two wireless carrier in the country have been on the back seat during this mobile platform war going all out. Not only is this considered a victory for AT&T, but Palm will be getting more face time in between customer now that they’re on-board with three out of the four major providers.

source: Engadget



1. CRICKETownz

Posts: 980; Member since: Oct 24, 2009

Who cares really? I guess this is a victory for those middle-aged real estate cougars who still carry a Palm that Palm has beefed up their its time to bring in a fashion consultant so they can address their hideous form-factor issues. Just thought I'd be the first to post....haha

2. fsjon

Posts: 120; Member since: Sep 03, 2009

To be honest, I very much like the vertical qwerty slider...I personally dislike, not hate, landscape slider. It's just awkward for me and very cumbersome. You first have to read it, turn, slide, type, slide again and turn back into your pocket....just too much work for me, haha. I wish more manufacture utilizes the vertical form factor(only Samsung propel pro and the Palm pre came to mind smartphone wise).

3. skidodo142

Posts: 19; Member since: Nov 10, 2009

i really hope it turns out to be the palm pre plus, not just pre...

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