The Palm Pilot set the tech world ablaze in the late ‘90s with a remarkably innovative, simple, and useful device that magazine editors at the time were fighting to get their hands on. And while it has taken two decades to reach any similar level of buzz, Palm appears to be a media darling once again with their new ultra-mobile product that’s designed to give users a break from their smartphones — without missing out on what’s important.
Positioned as a sidekick device — much like the Apple Watch — the Palm Phone syncs to your existing Android or iOS smartphone, providing access to most of your favorite apps. Palm utilizes Verizon’s NumberShare service, allowing the device to receive all your texts, alerts, and phone calls. The phone features a 3.3” HD display, 12MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, 3 GB of RAM, and 32 GB of storage. Its battery offers over three hours of talk time and more than three days of standby power. If you’ve ever felt slightly addicted to your smartphone and can’t seem to put it down, the Palm Phone might be just what the doctor ordered.
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