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Smaller Palm webOS device to be a Centro?

updated 11:15 am EDT, Thu April 30, 2009

Palm Centro webOS Rumor

Palm's mystery second, smaller webOS device may be a heavily redesigned version of the Centro, based on an escaped photo. Appearing to come from a slideshow, the device spotted by BGR has the same basic candybar design but a much larger screen and the same interface, including the multi-tasking button and the gesture area. Little else is known other than that the phone has a fall release date consistent with the late Wednesday rumor.

The company has long promised that the Pre wouldn't be its only webOS device and that it would ship multiple webOS phones in 2009, but none of these have been made public so far. Most expect these extra phones to at least target carriers beyond Sprint in the US and to possibly drop below the Pre's likely $199 price point.



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  1. Salty

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    Joined: Jul 2005

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    Makes Sense

    Makes sense the centro is their best selling phone if I remember quickly, if they want to move the platform along they will wanna get it on the centro and either phase out the treo or move that over quickly. Besides the less they support windows mobile the better for them!

  1. JeffHarris

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    Joined: Oct 1999

    +1

    WOW!

    Nice Picture!

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