Two Palm Devices+Other Smartphones In Verizon's Inventory

Posted: Aug 28 2009, 11:14am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:00pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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We've got some very exciting news for those of you who rely on Big Red for your cellular needs. A bevy of high-end smartphones are headed your way, along with two new Palm mystery devices that could really shake things up. received the info from a reliable tipster, and this rumor seems pretty solid (albeit unofficial) right now.

First off, the tipster stated that the BlackBerry Storm 2, HTC Touch Pro2, and Samsung Omnia 2 are all on their way to VZW. The Convoy U640 (not exactly in the same class as the others) was also named as heading for Verizon. We've got no information on release dates or pricing for these mobiles yet, but if they've been added to the inventory an official confirmation can't be too far behind.

The tipster also found two new Palm devices on Verizon's system. The P101 and P121 are both mystery Palm mobiles. The 101 is likely the Verizon version of the Pre, and it's possible that the 121 is code for the Palm Eos. We should know about the Pre for certain before the year is out, but confirmation on the Eos will take a while. Just remember guys; good things come to those who wait.

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