Considering that yesterday’s HP Pre 3, Veer and TouchPad launch meant we won’t be seeing the Palm branding for a while, here’s a concept of the not so remote past. We’re talking about the Palm Fire, a webOS 3.0 device, created by Long-Nong Huang. This handset uses a 1GHz CPU,
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The iPhone 4 and Palm Pre met half way and the Palm Peak concept was born with the aid of designer Steve Lipson. Before we detail the device, we’d like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and wish the best of luck to the designers who helped us create
Part of the Palm Pre design competition, the Palm C40 mockup was created by David Vogt and it comes with an appealing set of specs. These include a 4.3 inch capacitive touch display (OLED 480 x 800 WVGA) and a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU. We’re not going you to bore with
PreCentral’s Palm design competition has generated some pretty appealing Palm concept phones, like the model below. Dubbed the Palm HD2 and created by LCGuy, this is just another attempt at creating the future Palm Pre, since the Pre 2 was considered a disappointment by some. Palm HD2 runs WebOS 2.0
Remember the precentral Palm design contest? We’re back with another one of the finalists, the Palm Pre HD concept, a webOS 2.0 phone designed by bhughes719. This is certainly a piece of work and we really like the idea, especially when compared to the not so impressive Palm Pre 2.
It’s been ages since we’ve seen a Palm concept phone, but we’re always glad to check out novelty. Terillo Walls created the Palm Sparta design, pictured below and supposedly running webOS 2.0. There’s also WiFi b/g/n support on the device and a great camera at the back. Palm Sparta features