New Palm Pre Hands On Review Says Pre Has Plasticky Aura

Posted: May 28 2009, 1:42am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:35pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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The Palm Pre is going to launch on June 6th. Pretty much all aspects of the highly anticipated new smartphone have been published in videos and documents. Boy Genius Report posted today that they have a Palm Pre already in there hands. They made some comments about their first impressions before they will find time to publish a full Palm Pre review.
The published photos of the Pre already showing a device that is not that sexy. BGR adds that there is a real "plasticky aura" about the Pre.
The QWERTY keyboard also is not finding immediate love from the guys. They are all flames though for the very responsive touchscreen and how it blends in with the casing.
We will soon see full reviews of the Palm Pre that will hopefully give a clear picture how the Palm Pre really is holding up in the real world. This plasticky feel issue is concerning me a bit though.
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