Palm has introduced Palm Pixi, which has acquired most of the Palm Pre technologies like webos but WiFi. But to release it on the day apple is to set media houses afire with it's new releases might not be the best idea.
The phone has a touch screen and a fixed keyboard with 8GB memory and a 3Megapixel camera. The phone will cost about $150 and will be on the Sprint shelves in time for the holidays.
www.palm.com/artistseries) of the phone may be attractive to some people, but if I am a Palm buyer, I will go for Palm Pre.
"Palm Pixi continues Sprint's leadership in providing useful and innovative devices on America's most dependable 3G network,"(7) said Dan Hesse, chief executive officer at Sprint. "We are pleased to be the first carrier to bring this device to market and offer both devices in the growing Palm webOS family. Sprint's Everything Data plans, which provide unrestricted access to the Internet, mobile content and applications, and our Ready Now retail experience make for a perfect combination with these new Palm products."
According to the press release, In addition to linking your information from Google(TM), Facebook and Exchange ActiveSync, Palm Pixi adds Yahoo! and LinkedIn integration to Palm Synergy(TM) and assembles it all in a single view. You can get your Yahoo! contacts, calendar and IM, and access to your LinkedIn contacts, including job titles. Synergy on Palm Pixi makes messaging easier by showing you all your conversations with the same person in one chat-style thread, so you can start a conversation on AIM Instant Messenger, Google Talk(TM) or Yahoo! Messenger and continue it by text message later.
Palm Pixi Features