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  • If you are currently in the market for a new cell phone you should look into Verizon Wireless’ Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus.  The mobile phone company has just announced a price reduction for two of their more popular phones.  The Pre Plus will drop to a price of $49.99 while the Pixi Plus will be even lower at $29.99.  If you are in the market for more than once cell phone these two devices also qualify for Verizon’s popular buy one get one free offer as well.  Of course both handsets will require a two year agreement to get these prices but at these prices that is a no brainer.  Also, to further entice consumers Verizon has dropped the price of the webOS mobile hotspot service to $0 (down from $40) for both new and current customers.  The mobile hotspot offer is not going to be advertised on the web right away however customers will be told of the free hotspot promotion when they purchase the other mobile devices.


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    This appears to be a fantastic deal that Verizon Wireless is offering.  The Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus are two of their more popular phones.  If you are on a budget and looking to get a great smartphone you certainly can not go wrong with either of these devices.  Throw in the fact that you can also get a free handset when you purchase one can lower the price dramatically if you were to split the costs with a friend or family member.  The addition of the mobile hotspot is just icing on the cake and truly makes this a deal that you can not pass up.



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  • As you may be aware there are hacked Pre firmware releases that have come out recently for the 1.3.5.1 and 1.4 versions. While these hacked versions have been tested and the results have been relatively good Palm isn’t exactly excited that users have been releasing these hacked firmware releases. Even with users having documented minimal heat gains and battery losses Palm has been issuing warnings that running these hacked versions may affect your current warranty.

    While we appreciate the effort the webOS community has put forth to try and help us along that path, the use of this application is neither endorsed nor recommended by Palm Unlocked Phone and will likely result in a voided warranty.


    It is obvious to see why Palm would not be thrilled about users enhancing the clock multiplier on their phones and why you can not fault them for voiding warranties of the users who do decide to beef up their phones. While the users who do perform these hacks and issue the firmware releases are safe users who are not releasing these updates with malicious intent I am sure that Unlocked Palm Phones would much rather prefer they did not do so.



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  • After a much anticipated wait Palm finally announced that their top two mobile phones will be coming to the AT&T network.  The Pre Plus and Pixi Plus will be making their way to AT&T’s network in the “coming months.”  These are two of the best phones that Palm has to offer and is surely to excite all AT&T customers.


     The Pre Plus will be similarly equipped to its Verizon counterpart and will come with 16GB of storage, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1.  The Pixi will be very similar as well as it is expected to have 8GB of storage, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1.  Both devices are expected to support AT&T’s new address book service as a synergy sync option and will have free auto-conntect access to the carrier’s WiFi +20,000 hotspots.  These devices are also set to come in a variety of colors including a blue back plate in addition to the standard black and other swapable colors.


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     Both of these devices appear to be pretty affordable for most consumers.  The Pre Plus is expected to be available for $149.99 and the Pixi Plus at a deep discount of $49.99 (with a $100 mail in rebate and two year contract.)  The official announcement of these two Palm phones being available on the AT&T network is expected to take place this week at the US’s largest wireless convention, CTIA.


    Hopefully at the CTIA convention we will get a more concrete time frame for these mobile devices to be rolled out.  Right now they are set to be released in the “coming months.”  Here is to hoping that those “coming months” are much shorter than we think they will be.  It will also be interesting to see what kind of affect moving to the AT&T network will have on Palm.  I expect this will be a great business decision and dramatically increase their sales.



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  • The Palm Treo Pro's Smartphone Journey
    Posted on November 11, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    As of August 2008, Palm Treo Pro has become the highlight for Palm's design direction -shiny, black and looks like Centro mixed with the Treo 500 with sprinkles of Xbox for gamers. Windows Mobile 6.1 is the Palm Treo Pro's operating system with a few minor changes for shortcuts.


    The revamped design of the Palm Treo Pro could be foreseen in Palm's previous Treo designs without that silver band that always seemed a bit awkward.  Maintaining a roundness all over its keyboard and the phone itself, the keyboard on Centro is seen here -de ja vu if it may. The jellied feel of the keyboard may be uncomfoftable for some, a little imprecise for others.


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    By March of 2009, Sprint launched the Palm Treo Pro after a long time of waiting, after of course a few rumors and reviews.  Treo fans went ballistic at the $199 price but it went with a two-year contract with Sprint.


    For Treo fans, the Palm Treo Pro is not as bad as most reviews say. It is a good-looking device even if it does not measure up to its smartphone/iPhone inspiration. The case is sleeker than the Treos of yesteryears and has a LiIon battery, a stereo headset, an AC adapter, and a USB data cable.


    The Palm Treo Phone is good for those who always need to stay on top of meetings and appointment. It is Wi-Fi ready and you can check your personal email or your work email anytime. Like any smartphone, GPS is of course included. The Palm Treo Pro is a thoughtfully designed, easy to use, and perfectly balanced phone.


    For those who want to get the Palm Treo Pro, you can get it at Sprint or Alltell, they have a rate of $199.99. For those who do not want any strings attached with these providers or any provider for that matter, you can get your own Palm Treo Pro at $399 from its original price of $549.



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  • New Palm Phone Soon To Be Released
    Posted on April 30, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So it looks like this year is going to be a year that Palm makes a jump back into the cell phone market.  In the past year or so Palm hasnt' really been seen on the market.  Many people had lost confidence as they had issues with the 680 and 750 models.  Well now this year with the Palm Pre releasing they have announced the Palm Eos


    This is looking to be the first North American phone that will run on the Palm WebOS.  As for the phone it seems pretty standard.


    The specs we've seen come from BoyGeniusReport.com


    • Quad-band GSM, 850/1900MHz HSDPA
    • 111 x 55 x 10.6mm (looks like the E71’s reign as the thinnest QWERTY smartphone is coming to an end)
    • 2.63-inch 320 x 400 capacitive display
    • 4GB storage
    • Price: $349 (pre-rebate)
    • Camera: 2 megapixel fixed focus digital camera and flash / video capture
    • Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1 w/ A2DP and EDR, USB 2.0 via micro USB
    • Removable 1150 mAh battery (4 hours 3G talk time)
    • Messaging: SMS, MMS (picture and video only), integrated IM client
    • Contact sync with AT&T Address Book
    • MediaNet
    • Cellular Video
    • Email: POP3, IMAP4, and EAS support
    • A-GPS
    • Audio: WAV, MP3, AAC, AAC+ ringtones
    • Video Playback: MPEG4, H.264, H.263

    This new phone looks like it will help get Palm back in the game, or at least get a foot in the door.  One nice feature is that it will have North American 3G, which has definitely something that's been lacking in some recent phones that have been released.


    Only time will tell how well the phone will do but it does give people a choice.


    [image: Engadget]

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  • Palm is a leading mobile products company which has been manufacturing PDA’s and smartphones. The PalmOne Company was established in the year 1992 and since then it has been providing high quality services to its customers in the field of communication. Palm phones are known for their distinct style and great functionality. It has been manufacturing powerful mobile devices that can cater very well to business needs. The Palm mobile phones combine features of a GSM phone and PDA in a single handset. Some of the smartphones from its product line are listed below:


    Palm Centro:  The Palm Centro supports a palm operating system 5.4.9 that can run the applications released on the previous versions of Palm as well as other latest applications. This smartphone is a complete package containing a full QWERTY keyboard, touch screen, 1.3 MP Camera, 64 MB memory, micro SD memory card, document viewer( Microsoft office 2007 files, Adobe PDF files), Google maps, Bluetooth v1.2 and more. It is available in both GPS as well as CDMA technologies.



    Palm Treo 680: This phone is a successor to its previous version Palm Treo 650. Palm Treo combines several features like QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth wireless technology, MP3 player, a digital camera, email, organizer, messaging, and web access all in a single handset. You can choose this cell phone from a range of four colors arctic, copper, crimson, and graphite.



    Palm Treo 750:  This is the first mobile from Palm which works on Windows Mobile Operating system rather than on the Palm operating system. This superb looking phone combines several features of its previous versions along with some additional features. The phone comes with a GPS/GPRS standard, UMTS, a 3G wireless-networking, 1.3 MP camera, memory card slot.



    Palm Treo 800w: This is one of the latest phones from Palm which is also equipped with Windows Operating System. This is a great phone that can simplify your business needs. The phone contains an easy to navigate QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi button, Outlook for reading e-mail, GPS, Palm shortcuts, touchscreen for viewing and reading documents.



    Palm Treo Pro: This phone is meant for highly active people and for those who need to find a quick solution to their business problems. This smartphone works at a speed of 3G and hence you can use this smartphone to quickly respond to your email needs or to keep a track on your appointments and contacts. Using Wi-Fi you can easily access your popular websites like Youtube for sharing and videos and some other websites for viewing the latest news and sport updates. Stay connected with world through this exquisite phone.



     


    Palm has come a long way in the past few years.  Being written off and left by most consumers the company has definitely bounced back and we at www.puremobile.com are definitely looking forward to what the future holds for Palm



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