Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge

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Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge
Things are shaping up for the first new releases after Palm's acquistion by HP. The German TÜV certification standard body, has listed two new Palm devices under the codings of P102UNA and P102EWW, in its database. Given the fact that the Palm Pre Plus in its GSM/CDMA versions is coded as P101UNA / P101EWW, the source argues that what we are seeing finally, is the next Palm Pre in the works. A new version of the Touchstone has also surfaced in TÜV's database.

Meanwhile, after we reported that webOS is being branded as HP webOS from now on, a few more screenshots of the operating system's next version have emerged. It looks like video editing and other modern mobile OS marvels will be built-in, so webOS 2.0 is shaping to be another great competitor in the already overcrowded touch UI market.

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source: PreCentral & Engadget

Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge

Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge
Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge
Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge
Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge

Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge
Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge
Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge
Two new Palm phones hinted, while more webOS 2.0 screenshots emerge

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11 Comments

1. RORYREVOLUTION

Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

I hope they don't pull a blackberry storm and just slap on a few minor changes. They need to step it up with a large screen device with a fast precessor.

2. twashington4

Posts: 81; Member since: May 24, 2010

I agree...no reason for Palm not to go all in and try to reclaim a piece of the smartphone market.

3. DontHateOnS60

Posts: 872; Member since: Apr 20, 2009

What exactly is your idea of a fast processor?

4. scorpio85

Posts: 160; Member since: Jan 16, 2010

It would be nice if they came out with a 1.5ghz or dual core processor, that way they dont just do the 1ghz when companies are already making faster ones. I also do agree with a bigger screen as well. There os is amazing and would love to give Palm another chance if this was done.

5. tempdogg74

Posts: 132; Member since: Jan 04, 2009

I agree I loved the Web os and a bigger screen faster dual core processor and add 4g and/or LTE and palm with have me back in there corner. They dont need to hold back nothing. Make a monster palm.

6. FatFinger unregistered

+ bigger keys, and make it a landscape slider.

7. RORYREVOLUTION

Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

A 3.7 or larger screen with a full landscape keyboard and 1ghz. Pretty standard in todays high end phones. I don't think that's asking too much.

8. roscuthiii

Posts: 2383; Member since: Jul 18, 2010

It looks a lot like Sense UI to me. Did the the first Web OS look like this? Oh well, plagarism and flattery and all.

9. oddmanout

Posts: 443; Member since: May 22, 2009

Web OS looks nothing like sense ui... Sense is an overlay. Web Os is a operating system. I assume your referring to the clock application for web OS which still looks nothing like the clock widgets that HTC offers through their devices. And yes. The first web OS looked exactly like this.

11. fishpower187

Posts: 88; Member since: Feb 22, 2010

dude, have you ever used a webOS device? Sense UI, bitch please.

10. oddmanout

Posts: 443; Member since: May 22, 2009

Web OS needs to integrate widgets. Also some customization options wouldn't be bad. I know you can use patches and download themes but they should have some sort of customization options that come along with stock web OS 2.0

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