Anonymous, 24 Mar 2009I would like to know if it is Mac compatible. Will I be able to sync my calendar and contacts... moreYes.
Everything gets synced with google calendar, so you can edit all your appointments on a mac. :)
I would like to know if it is Mac compatible. Will I be able to sync my calendar and contacts between the Pre and my Mac computer?
Palm pre O2UK exclusive? check this out - http://tinyurl.com/aampx7
Any chance thereŽll be a keyboardless version of the pre? Sort of like the HTC Dream???
I have read that the Palm Pre will not have an infared port. Is anyone sure that they do have infared? I am a realtor and I need need that. thanks
名無, 15 Mar 2009You're right about everyone has their own preferences...Everyone wants a perfect product that ... moreLet's say that one day some will make a hardware other software and you can buy any cell phone and put any soft.Then witch phone you will buy (with 2 speakers and camera or with 1 speaker and no camera).And why good phone with everything (and more)will be vary expensive.If a good phone is 600$ then good laptop have to be 60000$.For the last 5 years i buy 4 phones for 400$ each.This is 1600$.In fact this 4 phones was the same shit hardware with different soft.So if i was buy a great phone device before 5 years (witch is impossible 'cose no one don't want to make e great phone device) now i will use the software of Palm pre for ex. on my great device and and it will be not more 1000$ for this 5 years.There is something wrong today on the cell phone market and it is 'cose no one want to see this "software illusion" witch is good for mobile companies and bad for us.
Bad 'cose it is more expensive
Bad 'cose it is slow process for technology revolution witch seems like a evolution.
i want janam kundali,horoscop,numerlogi& panchang softwear in my phone.
i want the external memory slot i have more data for that reason i want memory slot when i formate the phone my softwear get wipe off.
This phone is absolutely awesome read a review on engadget....hope it would be out soon and not too expensive 2
Jhon, 10 Mar 2009You say Palm pre is great soft.Ok it is.But every new soft. was great.All cool software staff ... moreYou're right about everyone has their own preferences...Everyone wants a perfect product that suits themselves and make them 100% satisfied...that is true...but I don't think that's going to happen...take any product, there'll be at least 1 disadvantage....
...Most preinstalled applications on smartphones are the same, calendar, clock, alarm, etc...from the old mobile phone to any smartphones, they all have those apps, aren't they...Applications being illusions...I will have to disagree on that...(Will agree if you say you can't directly look at it or touch it or feel it)...Both hardwares and softwares are working together, say you have a phone with a pair of good stereo speaker, without the music file (which you call it illusion), it just won't work...ah you need a software to play it too...
+ I don't see a good point of phones with stereo speakers since they're being close to each other..but that's just my personal preference...audiophiles need it, not me XD
Hardware-wise...I don't think any company will make a phone with 1.5GHz processors, 100GB of memory and such, it's going to be very expensive, and faster processors is the long battery life's worst enemy...Well, complicated...just...enjoy whatever smartphones we can afford....hahaha....
Can someone tell me if the Palm Pre will support
REMOTE Sim Access Profile (rSAP) ?
Thanks for all.
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2009true it doesnt hv those features but does an iphone killer truly need those features? i mean t... moreyes, that is what exactly I was trying to say, there's no perfect phone, you can't expect it to do everything perfectly (in respond of someone's post who mentioned it should be able to project a video, Jhon @ 2009-03-06 03:18)...I myself do not expect it to be able to do so. I would get a phone that does its job, and a camera for myself.
hm...speaking about algorithm, it's true that you can always make it run faster, but that wasn't what I meant. I was saying phones are getting upgrades so often with new features and stuff and some of them which appears to be a fix, the phone model doesn't change that much etc...I hope that helped, sorry for the misunderstanding.
Well, WebOS is a real genius, I'm looking forward to get this phone, or android phones, let's see which one I like more....
Anyone knows if this phone will have international support? Previous Palm OS doesn't have international support unless we install third party softwares. Both my Treo600 and 680 weren't able to display SMS sent in non-English character....I hope WebOS could do this...heh...physical keyboard ftw~
palm will blow all phones out the water with the PRE iphone better step thier game up because there a new big fish in town PREEEEEEEE
Just read an interesting article from phonesreview.co.uk It states that the phone will be released on the 15th March and hit shops soon after. This is for the U.S. market; however still no release date for Europe :(
Source - http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2009/03/12/palm-pre-specifications-details-release-date-and-price/
Leo, 11 Mar 2009iphone, G1 and Pre... what do they have in common? Well, there's the hype each one has created... moreWhy does GSMarena.com report that the Palm Pre will have 3G HSDPA on the North American 850/1900mhz bands? Most other websites are reporting that the initial European Palm Pre GSM release will not be compatible with North American 3G networks due to Sprint's exclusive deal with Palm.