Tuesday, 23 April, 2019

Palm Returns As A Small-Sized Companion Phone

Palm is back (sort of), and it built a tiny smartphone sidekick Palm Phone hands-on: an Android phone for your phone
Cecil Davis | 16 October, 2018, 10:53

Palm was taken over by HP in 2011. After years of dormancy, it is finally taking the Palm brand it picked up and putting it to good use. The Palm Inc was first to introduce personal digital assistant (PDA) device called as the Palm Pilot in 1990.

Oh - and National Basketball Association star Stephen Curry has been brought in to promote the new Palm. He is also the brand ambassador for the company and will be wearing the device during warmup games and workout sessions. In that case, this device is easy to carry along while you are on a track, or in the gym or even while going for a walk with your dog. The device, which goes on sale next month for $350, is not a real smartphone either, so let's not pretend it's a good idea. For now at least, the Palm is a Verizon-exclusive, and use's the carrier NumberShare service to sync your messages and notifications between your main phone and this thing.

The Palm is a attractive little thing, crafted from aluminum and Gorilla Glass 3, but I couldn't imagine using this thing all day. It also comes standard with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage.

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The single-SIM (Nano) Palm runs a custom version of Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box, and sports a small 3.3-inch HD LCD display panel with a 445ppi pixel density and Corning Gorilla Glass protection on the front and the back.

Priced at Dollars 349 (about RM 1450), the new Palm which is manufactured by TCL will be released in the United States this coming November.

In terms of optics, the Palm sports a 12-megapixel rear camera with flash, and an 8-megapixel front camera for selfies and video calling. The feature is quite configurable, so you can still make it so certain notifications come through when the Life mode is enabled. This mode also extends the battery life of the Palm device to an entire day. However, it is only available exclusively for Verizon customers since the phone will be sold as an add-on device to their existing plans. This Palm will fit in your hand and you won't get a lot of things done with the minimalist hardware, providing the similarity to a kitten, including the powerful attraction some will feel towards it. Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more!