I want a palm pre but I would like to know if there's a problem that would come up later or if there's a problem with it now that I should know about. ANY PRE users I really want some HELP!!!!
This might be some help-->Reviews Pre Plus
If there were a webOS systems section here, I would have posted done my research, taken the devices and made another 101 thread.
Regardless you should know that every phone has it's faultys and the webOS isn't any different. I know that the processor is faster than the Sprint cousin, and I know it has plenty more internal memory. But that's all I can recall right now, the Card system as far as I know works the same way.
Have you took out the time to handle the phone in your hands, unless size isnt a issue.. I say this because my boss decided on the Sprint version and he was disatified because the phone was smaller than it appears in advertisment. and I seen the unit as well and the heyboard was rather small and was a little strange to type on.
Just figured that I would bring this up...This may not be the case on this unit because I havent seen it up close and personal but if it follows the original this is something you might want to investigate.
It seems to have a lot going for it. It's certainly better on Verizon that it was on Sprint. the display is supposed to be good. The apps "flashcord" format is supposed to be good. the kyeboard is supposed to be pretty good even if so small although not as good as a BB (bold 9700 for instance). Supposedly on this version the slide action is better and they eliminated the sharp "cheese cutter" edges. Apps are a bit few and far between right now. It is pretty small. Overally it seems to be cool but a bit on the petite and "chicky" side of things. It's definitely the opposite of Droid! the wireless hotspot thing is cute if youdo a lot of business. if you travelled as a team, with some other copywriters or business execs, and you wanted to plot down at a restaurant table or hotel room and start working with on-line access, this is an interesting approach. Wifi's up to five devices including printers, etc. But it's $40 per month on top of your data plan from Verizon, so it aint for the casual user.
there are many good reviews on line. google. then go try it out at a V store.