updating: Could it be the new Palm? Leaking photos of a tiny smartphone with a 3.3-inch screen that bears the updated logo we told you about earlier found their way to the web - with a style that is very reminiscent of the first and original iPhone from Apple, chip Snapdragon 435 octagon, 3GB RAM, built-in 32GB storage and system Android The latest 8.1 and 800mAh battery is somewhat ridiculous.
Is this the solution for all those who continue to miss small, lightweight smartphones that have almost disappeared from the modern market? We'll soon find out.
Original article: Is the beloved brand from the beginning of the millennium coming back to our lives once again, this time as a series of Android smartphones? Documentation in the regulatory bodies indicates that this will happen very soon
Palm, remember? Once in mobile smart PDAs (before the modern smartphone era) and keystrokes, after that the leaders in the "news" WebOS that did not exactly come under HP - and now owned by the Chinese company TCL, which already produces for us Smartphones Not bad with the names Alcatel and Blackberry. Is it time for another comeback? All the testimonies indicate a positive answer.
Documentation of a new Palm device called PVG100, both in the US FCC and in the Standardization GroupWi-Fi It seems that we are expecting an interesting launch very soon. From the point of view of the technical data, all we know at this stage is that the mysterious device will carry a sticker that says it was designed by the new Palm in San Francisco (and manufactured in China, of course, the vast majority of devices in the field).
From familiarity with other modern instruments from TCL, you can gently estimate that the first new Palm will be an instrument Android To the middle market with Snapdragon based on chips Qualcomm. What exactly will differentiate him from the countless competitors already in the market? This is a more challenging question.
Palm Devices under HP Mainly published are stacks for an unusual round design, a physical keyboard in Slider format and also extremely compact dimensions. Can one expect that any of these characteristics will be translated into the new age? In TCL's BlackBerry devices, you could feel the part of the familiar company, so there is reason for optimism in this case as well. Is there also a chance for great commercial success? Not really sure.
What would you like to see on a modern Palm device in 2018, if any? Let's tell in comments.