Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 11th Oct 2010 20:55 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless More mobile phone news! Rumours of an upcoming Palm Pre 2 have been swirling for a while, but now a French carrier has jumped the gun and spilled all the beans. Clearly a transitional device to bridge the gap between the first true HP devices, the devices updates and streamlines the Palm Pre Plus with an updated case, display, and internals. Also, it will pack webOS 2.0.
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Boo. Hiss.
by mlankton on Mon 11th Oct 2010 23:25 UTC
mlankton
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2009-06-11

I continue to use my Pre despite an inferior hardware experience because I still feel the software experience is superior. Time flies in the world of smartphones, and HP needs to crank up webOS hardware development. This Pre2 is of no interest whatsoever. They need hardware that equals or surpasses newer offerings from HTC and Motorola. This ain't it.

Holding out for a nice, high res 4" with real keyboard, preferably metal construction instead of plastic from HP. But they better make it before mid summer 2011 or they are simply going to be out of the game, webOS or not.

Are you listening HP?

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RE: Boo. Hiss.
by mlankton on Tue 12th Oct 2010 13:32 in reply to "Boo. Hiss."
mlankton Member since:
2009-06-11

Also, besides what I feel is a vastly superior mobile operating system, webOS is somewhat lacking in third party software. C'mon HP, offer some killer webOS hardware=more users adopt=more developers jump on board.

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