Palm Pre Plus And Pixi Plus Review

Posted: Jan 21 2010, 9:23am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:00pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
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Palm unveiled the new Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus phones at the CES 2010. Both new Palm webOS smartphones are going to be available on Verizon Wireless.

Palm Pre Plus sports a streamlined design that simplifies navigation, 16GB of storage (15GB user available storage), and a Touchstone Back Cover. The thin and lightweight Palm Pixi Plus finally adds Wi-Fi and becomes a bit more interesting.

Engadget just published a Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus review.

Despite the Wifi feature the Palm Pixi Plus is still not recommended by Engadget. The Palm Pre Plus is still the better choice because of more storage, more RAM, and better processing power.

The new Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus will be available on January 25th on Verizon Wireless for $149.99 and $99.99 respectively with 2-year contract and after $100 mail-in rebate.

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