Friday, October 22, 2010

Palm Pre 2 Review

Palm Pre 2
Palm Pre 2 is a multitasking smartphone designed by Palm, was announced on October 19, 2010 with launch date of October 22, 2010. Palm Pre 2 is available in black color with 3.1-inch multitouch screen with a vibrant 24-bit color, 320x480 resolution HVGA display. Operating System working in Palm Pre 2 is of HP webOS platform. Phone consists of 16 GB of storage memory and battery life up to 5.5 hours talk time and 350 hours standby time. Palm Pre 2 weight is about 145 grams (5.1 ounces).

Palm Pre 2 gives you 802.11b/g wireless connectivity, you can use Wi-Fi in places like airports, cafes, corporate offices, and libraries. You can also join a local network when you're outside of the data coverage area.
 With your Palm Pre 2 you can view your emails, receive notifications when email arrives and search for email by typing. Palm Pre 2 displays a full HTML websites from that you can play videos, upload photos, can do online banking and everything you do on your laptop or a PC. Palm Pre 2 also gives you the YouTube app, which makes it fast and easy to see your favorite videos on the go. With your Palm Pre 2 you can zoom in or zoom out on web pages.

With your Plam Pre 2, you can send text messages, multimedia messages, Google Talk and AMI. New feature introduced in Palm Pre 2 allows you to turn your text message into a phone call by tapping the header in the conversation thread. With new contacts feature, if your friends change their contact details on any supported social networking website like Facebook, it updates in your contacts automatically as well.

Palm Pre 2 installed 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, extended depth of field, geotagging, and video capture. Palm Pre 2 consists of built-in video editor which allows you to play back your footage on the spot and edit video. Palm Pre 2 is also best for music lovers as it allows user to buy and download music from Amazon MP3 app.

Palm Pre smartphone can also turn into a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to five devices. The dock holds your phone in portrait or landscape orientation as it charges, so it’s easy to answer calls or watch videos. When your phone is not in use, Nightstand mode displays the time and incoming notifications.

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