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April 26th, 2011

Palm Pre 2 Review

palm pre 2 300x199 Palm Pre 2 ReviewPalm brings to the latest smartphone called Palm Pre 2. The looks of this phone is similar to the original Palm Pre. The phone measures 100.7 x 59.6 x 16.9mm and weighs 145g. The phone is thinner than the predecessor. The phone has a glossy appeal and the back cover has rubber on it.

The Palm Pre 2 comes with a capacitive touch screen display that measures 3.1 inches and has a display resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. Even though the display is not AMOLED but still the colors look fine. When you slide the display upwards, it reveals the QWERTY keyboard and there is a reflective mirror on the backside of the display.

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July 13th, 2010

Palm Pixi Plus Review

palm pixi plus 31 300x300 Palm Pixi Plus ReviewPalm Pixi Plus from Verizon Wireless has almost the same features that can be found on Sprint’s Palm Pixi. The phone is slim and the design has been kept simple. It has got a capactive TFT touchscreen display that measures 2.63 inches with a display resolution of 320 x 400 pixels and supports 256k colors. It supports multi-touch. We noticed that the accelerometer of the phone did not function well as it delayed to rotate the display vertically or horizontally whenever we held the phone vertically and horizontally.

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June 10th, 2010

Palm Pre Plus Review

palm pre plus 275x300 Palm Pre Plus Review Plam Pre Plus is available on two cellular networks namely, Verizon Wireless and AT&T. The phone has rounded corners that are smooth and its body is made up of plastic. It weighs 133g which is slightly on the heavy side and measures 100.5 x 59.5 x 16.9 mm.

The Palm Pre Plus has a TFT capacitive touchscreen that has a display resolution of 320 x 480 pixels that measures 3.1 inches. The accelerometer feature function performs well in rotating the display when you turn the phone horizontally and vertically. The display appears to be clear even in direct sunlight. The display also supports multi-touch. Sliding the display in the vertically direction will reveal the 4-row QWERTY keyboard. The buttons on the keyboard are large but people with larger hands can face difficulty in using it.

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