Verizon has sort of confirmed that it will release the Palm Pre in early 2010, but it looks like the giant CDMA carrier prepares a slightly different version of the Pre.
According to Phone Arena, Verizon’s Pre will be called Palm Pre Plus – although there’s no word yet on what the “plus” is standing for. Maybe more internal memory – let’s say 16GB instead of 8GB? We’ll probably find out soon.
Another smartphone that should hit Verizon in the next few months is the LG VS750 – a Windows Mobile 6.5 handset with support for both CDMA and GSM frequencies (so it’s a global smartphone). It’s said that the VS750 is very thin, but other details about it are not known.
Verizon is also readying the Motorola Devour A555, previously known and photographed as Motorola Calgary. The Devour / Calgary will come with Android 2.1, Motoblur, a full QWERTY keyboard and a 3MP camera. Knowing this, it will probably be cheaper than the Moto Droid, which is currently offered for $200 on contract.
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