Pegasus, 19 Oct 2009To karman who cares about the apps for iphone that need to be paid you can get half of them for freeJailbreak your iphone and you can get them all for free, including Tom Tom.
To karman who cares about the apps for iphone that need to be paid you can get half of them for free
I work for Sprint in the USA and this is a very good device, with very low reports of malfuntions and a low ammount of returns. I think Palm OS is very good, extremely good user friendly interface and it is not complicated as some other devices in the market. in terms of specs, of course there are much better devices with bigger proccesors, more memory and cameras up to 12 Mpx, but think about this: if you use the phone for text messages, internet, email and social networks this will be a great choise. one more thing, if you are a "multitasker" you will love this phone. Of course i have my heart on Blackberry and i'm very happy with my Curve 8900.
just purchesed the pre waiting for it to arrive .looked a bit plastic which was said on most of the reviews. few program installed. but dowloadable program are avilable from the apps store for FREE. then on the iphone you have to pay extra for these.
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2009Fanstaic phone....not an iphone killer but a excellent handset Fab touch screen and 24 month w... morethe warrenty is with palm... not o2 :P
but its still good lol
but ive gone from my iphone to a HTC hero... (good move btw) and next up shall either be this... or the X3...
although SE is really letting the side down on all fronts atm :( sad times
If you're an existing O2-UK user, try the upgrade service on the O2 website. You may be able to get a Palm Pre as a free upgrade on your current tarrif. However, if you're planning to surf a lot on GSM, rather than use WiFi, check you're happy with your current data allowance first.
Fanstaic phone....not an iphone killer but a excellent handset Fab touch screen and 24 month warrenty even if you only get a 18 month contract.
Well since we don't get phones like these in Brazil, I just envy every one in Europe. And if it ever gets here 2 years or more outdated since it'll probably only be available like in 2012 it will cost around R$4000, which is around 1000 pounds or 1300 euro
o2 tarriff are 600mins 500txt unlimited web n wifi for just short of 35 a month.
for 45 its 1200mins not 3000, come on with the tariffs.
Had a look and feel of it at the local O2 store. Nice to look at and seems a bit like iPhone at first. Didn't spend too much time on it. Was told that it doeasn't suppport bluetooth file transfer, just like iPhone, is this true? Can't believe they suppose to be smart phones, yet lack basics.
stefaan, 16 Oct 2009first xD, nice phone wonder how it will performperforms like a one legged dog.
On o2 - no thank you
None expandable memory - no thank you
Proprietary OS - no thank you
Will stick with the E72 thanks
Why pay so much for a phone thats battery wont last an 8 hour work day after moderate use?? FML
At these prices it just ainīt gonna happen for me. Iīve read too many bad reviews on the Pre and the specī just isnīt quite there for me. To this end Iīm gonna sit tight and wait for an Android device even I have to shell out for an unlocked version on eBay. Sorry Palm. You blew it again. Iīll have a look at the GSM + WiFi Pixi or the Pre v2.