Posted on 19 October, 2010 by Keron Calame | 1 Comment
Back in April, HP took over the operations of Palm, probably because of the promises they say from the webOS Platform. Today they have made the Palm Pre 2 and the webOS 2.0 official. HP claims that this is the most significant update to the platform since 2009. The handset is scheduled for launch in early November in France and is also scheduled to debut via Verizon Wireless for the US Market. It has also been confirmed that it will be hitting Europe this coming Friday.
The Palm Pre 2 is slightly curvier and slimmer than its predecessor, it features a 3.1-inch Multitouch display with a 480×320 pixel resolution, it will be powered by a 1GHz Processor, WiFi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, 16GB of internal storage, battery life that offers approximately 5.5 hours of talk time and it’s got the same slide-out, portrait QWERTY keyboard.
The new WebOS 2.0 also comes with a pack of new advanced featuring Stacks which enables the WebOS 2.0 with its incredible multitasking abilities, Facebook 2.0, Skype Mobile, Adobe Flash 10.1 Beta and QuickOffice Connect. Go to Keron Calame for more information on the WebOS 2.0 OS plus you can watch the Walk-through video below.
WebOS 2.0 Walk-Through Video