Palm Cell Phones: Excellent Applications In The Palm Of Your Hand

Palm Cell Phones: Excellent Applications In The Palm Of Your Hand

Palm Cell Phones has added another phone to its tremendously popular line of Palm-Pre. This one is aptly named the Palm Pre Plus. It follows its predecessor as an upgrade and a very good upgrade, make no mistake about that. However it does not try to redefine the Palm Pre ideal nor the smartphone, so don’t expect that.

The Plus by Palm Cell Phones offers twice the memory of the Palm Pre as well as a redesigned form to better fit the hands of users. It offers a vivid touch screen, a full QWERTY keyboard as well as Palm’s webOS Platform, one that is quite intuitive. The webOS Platform allows users to stay connected to a variety of web-based programs such as Microsoft Outlook Emails, Google calendars, docs and events, to name a few.

But that is certainly not all that comes with this smartphone. With it , users get integrated instant messaging, a 3.0 megapixel camera with an LED Flash, built-in GPS navigation, accelerometer, intuitive ambient lighting, 5.5 hours of talk time and 350 hours of standby time as well as 16GB of RAM and USB mass storage.

Maybe the nicest part of the Palm Pre Plus is that it is shaped just like many other smartphones, most notably the iPhone as well as the HTC Touch and various Blackberry Cell Phones. While it takes a similar shape of those devices the touch screen slides up, revealing the full QWERTY keyboard. This is different from the solo touch screen or the flip out on many phones for the QWERTY keyboard. Personally, I find this feature as the best combination of QWERTY and touch screen to date.

Whatever one makes of this phone it is clear that most cell phone companies have upped their game and that competition has become increasingly tight. The days of domination on the market from iPhone and Blackberry may be over. That is not to say that they won’t continue to do well, from any outlook it appears they will, but it seems a variety of other phone makers have gotten a clear understanding of what needs to be done to stay competitive.

Really this is all good news for the consumers. This kind of competition will only bring out the best work from the companies and prices will likely drop, too. So it looks like the consumer may get the benefit of increasingly good technology at a faster rate than what we’ve already seen!

Article written by Paul Wise. Paul has done extensive research on Palm Cell Phones and Palm Unlocked Cell Phones, visit Cellification.com for great offers.

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