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Palm pre preview+review in 3 parts by engadget released !

4 June 2009 Post by : S.Manimaraa No Comment

A long waited mobile , Palm Pre is ready for release on coming Saturday (06/June). “It’s not just a phone, it’s a myth, an idea, possibly a legacy… and a really, really long imagetime coming” Endgadget mentioning in it’s very own latest review. Palm pre has a 3.2 Mega Pixel camera,screen size is 3.1″,It has all the latest connectivity like Wi-Fi,GPS,Bluetooth. It got a QWERTY key board ,but small in size  when comapre to other latest QWERTY devices. It is running on it;s own Operating System called Web Os .It introduces some unique features like universal search ,a search that will search the text in contacts,emails,text messages ,if not availalbe on th enet,wiki . People looking it as the rival of Apple Iphone.

Over to Endgadget : “Yes, this is epic stuff. The Pre (and its accompanying operating system) could likely decide the fate of the company largely credited with ushering in the age of the do-everything phone. Since Palm’s announcement at CES this year, news surrounding the Pre has been a veritable whirlwind of activity: rumors, half-truths, hate, love, fear-mongering, fanboyism, rampant gadget-lust… and even a little late night celebrity for the pint-sized phone. Finally the time has come to put rubber to road and get into the guts of this thing once and for all. Can the Pre and webOS live up to the hype — the kind of hype we haven’t seen since the launch of the original iPhone — or do they snap under the pressure?”

Continue Reading the full review from Engadget.com directly by following this links.

Part 1: Hardware, webOS / user interface
Part 2: Synergy, phone, media, applications
Part 3: Data speeds, backup, battery, Bluetooth, pricing, wrap-up

Via (Engadget.com )

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