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New WebOS HP touch bar and Verizon Pre 3 shot in the wild

06 April, 2011 | Read the news | Post your comment
New WebOS HP touch bar and Verizon Pre 3 shot in the wild - read the full textTwo new things have just escaped the HP camp - an unannounced HP touch-only phone running on webOS and the HP Pre 3 running on Verizon's network. The unnanounced webOS phone As you can see from the picture, the mysterious new HP phone looks just like any other touch-based smartphone. It...

 

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Wow. Way to go HP! This is just what WebOS needs! Hope to be buying one of your devices soon!

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  • 2011-04-06 22:12
  • 3xhQ

This touch phone will be knowm as the Palm Stingray

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  • 2011-04-06 19:29
  • jstb

Uh...? All of Palm's phones are touch screen. They are more touch enabled then other operating systems, i.e. gestures. I don't think they've ever produced a non touch screen phone. They still have some work to do though. Such as adding long press.

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  • 2011-04-06 17:31
  • IxT5

well i have to say and look at it like this, i phone came up and than they made the ipad that look just like the iphone but bigger, with all the same features as the iphone, so hp can do the same but the other way around now make a smaller touchpad with no ficical keyboard, and the way they might do this, they will take away the one finger wavy to now bring the digital keyboard or they will still keep the one finger wavy now you will us two finger to bring the keyboard... and i think i will love that...

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  • 2011-04-06 17:24
  • 4b9E

candybar webos phone is what i have been wishing for!

bring it to asia
standaolne skype and hotspot
and tomtom
otherwise hp cant succeed!

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  • 2011-04-06 14:42
  • 7wn6

Its about time they had a touch screen phone. The real problem with this company is that they had an amazing OS but didnt have a clue what to with it. When they bring out this phone it has to be up to date and also the app store has to be full with great apps.

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  • 2011-04-06 13:42
  • i5BK

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