Sunday, January 25, 2009
New Palm Pre
I have to admit I'm a gadget type person. I love to get new gadgets. I don't have an IPhone, mainly because it's on AT&T and I'm on Sprint. Yes, I know I could change, but I'm not sure I want to. I've had a few friends that were with AT&T tell me that they don't like the service and they've ended up switching. So far I haven't had any problems with Sprint and I've been with them for at least ten years.
Palm has developed a new phone called the Pre which is set to debut later this year which is their answer to the Iphone. So far all the articles I've read about it have pretty much raved about it. You can read more here and here to see what I mean.
I'm thinking about getting this phone when it comes out. Anyone have any opinions on some good phones.
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