Anonymous, 08 May 2010Wanting to know if the Palm Pre Plus is better than the Droid.something are easier to use on the palm pre plus but the driod pffers you alot more in terms of applications if thats what you are looking for, my personal preference is the pre though
Anonymous, 08 May 2010Wanting to know if the Palm Pre Plus is better than the Droid.Yes, youtube is very clear. Your video are in HQ. plus the phone is like jig saw puzzle. Im still learning new things about it. I purchase it when it came out last June.
Rams, 24 Mar 2010To WebOS. I agree with cause I know Philippine carrier doesnt have any unlimited internet plan... moreRAM, actually we do have unlimited data plan in the Philippines that's about $26.50 a month (or Php 1,200).
Globe and Smart provide this, Im not sure with Sun.
AT&T sent out an announcement via their Channel Communications that it is releasing this on May 16.
No radio? I don't believe the Iphone has a radio either. But anyone heard of Pandora? Might've heard of it. Pre Is hands down a better phone
not sure what you guys mean. I have both the Pre (original) and the Iphone 3gs. I use for business, games, reading and obviously communications and hands down the Pre is better nicer looking more robust and better interface. makes coms a sinch fantastic idea well delivered I urge people to Buy the Pre and forget the apple
Spiffo, 08 Apr 2010No card slot... weak battery... no radio. Sorry Palm, better luck next time. who uses radio any more and do you realy need more then 16GB? realy??
No card slot... weak battery... no radio.
Sorry Palm, better luck next time.
I really wanted to like the original Pre and snapped up the chance to try out one of the demo models; This left a long lasting impression, which unfortunately for Palm, was quite a poor one. The software wasn't up to scratch for release and the hardware itself was nowhere near the quality (both in appearance or feel) of the likes of the HTC or Apple offerings we had at the time. Unfortunately there doesn't appear to be a huge change in aesthetics on this 'new' model and with the existing OS, Palm still has a long way to go if they want to make a dent in the UK smartphone market.
Doug, 23 Mar 2010Based on the generally positive response to the CDMA-version of the Palm Pre Plus, the GSM-ver... moreu shud buy this phone regardless of the warranty offered cos ur service provider/carrier wud hv to replace ur phone shud it fail. compatibility might be an issue u wna consider but as long as ur not after loads of useless and time consuming apps. i bought a neonode n2 after they went bankrupt eventho no carrier offered it and it had no warranty. it was built in 2007 and it hasnt failed once. im not saying ur phone definitely wont fail but usually warranties are useless.
Leemar, 25 Mar 2010palm should release this is asia, specially philippines. the market is the world! not only US.... moreWe have the Palm Pre in the UK. O2 are offering customers alternative models instead of replacements or repairs now. It's probably cheaper for them!
I'm not sure if it's worth the Pre Plus coming to the UK. I certainly wouldn't give Palm a 2nd chance.
At the moment, Palm webOS is the world best multitasking mobile OS.