Palm Pre 2 Announced back in October 2010, the Palm Pre 2 is irrevocably available from Verizon Wireless for $149.99 with a two-year contract and after a $50 mail-in discount. On the one hand, it’s wonderful to have a additional WebOSmanufactured goods on the promote, primarily with the fantastic enhancements of WebOS 2.0. On the other hand, the timing of the relief is very awkward since HP just announced the Pre 3, which is due out this summer and has a closer PC, better hardware, world phone capabilities, and more. Given that a better, closer Pre is on the way, is the Palm Pre 2 still worth it? Let’s have a look.
The Palm Pre 2 doesn’t stray far from its roots, generous a point very akin to the previous versions of the Pre. It retains the arresting pebble-like shape, but it’s not quite as round since the smartphone’s sight is flat instead of curved. Still, it’s comfortable to hold and has a soft-touch close on the back and along the outer edges. It’s also compact and sack-friendly at 3.96 inches high by 2.34 inches wide by 0.66 inch thick and 5.1 ounces.
The Palm Pre 2 isn’t all that different from the Pre Plus in point.
As we just noted, the Pre 2′s sight is flat but remains at 3.1 inches with an HVGA (320×480-pixel) pledge, just like the Pre Plus. Admittedly, it feels small compared with the bevy of smartphones we’ve experienced person lately with 4-inch-plus displays and it’s not the sharpest, but it’s still clear and sharp and the multitouch cover is open. Read more at allitreview.com