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Palm has released the smallest smartphone Android

Ferra.ru 15.10.2018 at 12:45

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Palm Startup from San Francisco has acquired the rights to the brand from the Chinese company TCL announced its first smartphone. Smartphone Palm miniature compared to the huge modern "shovels" and is positioned as a companion to your primary smartphone.

He will get a 3.3-inch LCD display with HD resolution (1280 x 720 pixels), very small by modern standards. Also surprised the battery capacity is only 800 mAh. The hardware basis was 435 Snapdragon processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal flash memory. The smartphone has a 12-megapixel main and 8-megapixel front camera with the possibility of release in the face of the user, the fingerprint scanner is not provided. Front and back panel of the smartphone is protected by Gorilla glass 3. Provides protection against water and dust to IP68 level.

the Smartphone runs on Android operating system 8.1 Oreo optimized for the small display. Dimensions are 97 x 50 x 7.7 mm and weighs 62.5 grams. Port for 3.5 mm headphones, but there are USB Type-C.

It will be exclusive to us operator Verizon. Sales will begin in November at a price of 349,99 USD.

remember, this is the first Palm smartphone with the announcement of the model Palm Pre 3 in 2011. Verizon is a longstanding partner of Palm, selling the most smartphones with webOS until Palm Pre 2. The operator was going to sell Palm Pre 3, but the smartphone was cancelled by HP, who bought Palm then before he had time to get in the US.

Originally well-known American company Palm has released PDAs and smartphones based on Palm OS. In 2010 she was bought by HP and ceased to exist as an independent organization. At the end of the 2014 the rights to the Palm brand was acquired by Chinese TCL. Note that the TCL company also owns such brands as Alcatel and BlackBerry.