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Topic # 73746 21-Dec-2010 11:28
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Morning All!

I am just curious to know if anyone has gone out and bought a Palm Pre 2 with the new WebOS 2.0. I have noticed that it has turned up on mobicity.co.nz.

http://www.mobicity.co.nz/palm-pre-2.html

I have had a play with the original Palm Pre and I really liked the simplicity of operation. I am considering getting the new one, well maybe in the new year (with hopefully a price drop).

Has anyone here bought one?
What has been your experience with the app store?

I know that the resolution is lower than other smart phones out there I am not concerned about that. I would be buying this phone mainly for the operating system. From the videos I have seen and reviews read it seems that WebOS 2.0 seems like a well organized system.

What are your thoughts Geekzone? Anyone had an old WebOS devices?

Have a good holidays!

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  Reply # 420098 21-Dec-2010 19:32
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I had a feeling I might be the only one.

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