Palm Pixi Smartphone Annouched

by Johan on September 9, 2009

Palm Pixi Smartphone Annouched

Palm has confirmed the availability of their second WebOS smartphone in the form of the Palm Pixi (previously known as Palm Eos or Palm Pixie). The candybar handset features a 2.63-inch (320×400) touchscreen display with a 2MP fixed-focus camera with LED flash, a full QWERTY keypad, and access to the Palm Beta App Catalog, which includes entertainment and social networking applications like Yelp and Local Concerts by iLike. The Pixi also has a rubberized back cover, which is scratch-resistant and durable. The Palm Pixi comes with Palm Synergy, which links your information from Google, Exchange ActiveSync, Facebook, Yahoo! and LinkedIn. Other features include a GPS receiver, a Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR and A2DP, a 8GB of storage, and a 3.5mm Jack. Unfortunately, the Palm Pixi doesn’t support WiFi connectivity, which is very important feature. Sprint is offering the Palm Pre for only $149.99 (after a $150 instant rebate, a $100 mail-in rebate and with a 2-years contract agreement).

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