For the second piece of big AT&T release news, we find that the Palm Eos is gearing up for release on the major GSM carrier sometime during second half of 2009.
Because of the Eos’s big brother, the Palm Pre, this Centro replacement hasn’t received much fanfare since it’s stayed out of the limelight. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be drooling at the sight of it.
According to official leaked documents, we can expect a “new OS experience”. Hmm…I wonder what that could mean? (*cough* WebOS *cough*)
Look below for the document and accompanying specs.
Here we’ve got:
- 4 GB internal memory
- 2 MP camera with video capture
- 2.63-inch, 320 x 400 capacitive touchscreen
- Bluetooth 2.1
Not much else on the sheet that sounds anything different than any other smartphone, but this will certainly be a welcome replacement to the aging Palm Centro.
Sidenote: We are assuming the Eos will feature WebOS, as it is Palm’s new preferred OS and AT&T is talking up a “new OS experience”. Which is true for AT&T.
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