Palm Phone Hands-on: The Supplemental Smartphone

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36 thoughts on “Palm Phone Hands-on: The Supplemental Smartphone

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  2. Palm has gotten away from Verizon. You can buy a unlocked Palm phone for about 200 bucks. Epic device. feature filled. Build quality is as good as any Apple product. I'd like this phone.

  3. Why make a niche product and then make usage and access of the product so incredibly difficult. It's like they intentionally said to themselves "How can we make this impossible to sell and make sure we lose profits". I am using an iphone se 1st gen as I want the most compact phone I can get. But even for me I don't want to be carrying around this phone all the time. I would love a small device like this that I could just swap my sim card and just have the essentials – camera for emergency, calls, texts and maybe the capabilities of a map – and I could just hit the road and not have to worry about other devices. This just seems like now I'm even more tethered to my devices because now the compact on the go one relies on the other one…

  4. I bought the Palm phone last week from Verizon for $200, NOT $350. The Palm phone is a phone that I KNOW that I'll always have with me. It's not a phone – like my full-size, albeit very thin, Motorola Moto Z2 – that I'm always worrying about bending accidentally.

  5. It's a actually a really handy tool… when I upgraded my xs max to the s10 plus my apple watch no longer has a host. So I needed a host and I found the palm at Verizon for 200$ instead of a galaxy watch which I don't like. Basically I want this to mimic my phone like the apple watch did and I can leave my phone which cost me 1600$ in the shop or in my house while I'm out cutting grass and those things so I have everything available on my phone but in the palm. Also in a few weeks while I'm in Hawaii I plan to do some snorkeling and things like that and will need to leave the phone behind in my room somewhere safe and if this gets damaged or stolen while I'm away doing something then not to much harm is done. My phone will be safe back at the room. The insurance deductible for the s10 plus at Verizon is 199$ so for 200$ I can use this riding 4wheelers or doing those things as I mentioned and still have the messenger and internet and Google maps just in case I need them and it's small enough to just keep in my pocket with my keys…. it definitely is a cool device

  6. At Verizon, they broke it down to $199 with 2 year commitment or $8.33 month plus $10 for extra line. That's only $18 a month. I'm getting one tomorrow and Not upgrading the larger phone I have.

  7. Thanks for the great review! Just ordered mine today and I’m so excited that someone has thought of this! Had to give up my iPhone SE and was sick about it, this is a great alternative.

  8. Ive actually been waiting for an ultraportable smartphone. Was almost excited until the part where its an accessory instead of a phone i can put a sim into. Xperia and iphone se are too big and the chins are massive.

  9. So a secondary phone for the main phone that you have to pay 10 extra dollars and way over priced….if you feel the need to have this go check yourself, its just another way to get in your pockets

  10. Why not just have a mini phone with all the power of a large phone, like 12mp cams and 3gb ram and 64gb with sd expansion? If being a minimalist is the goal all you need is phone calls, text msg, music, and a few apps as a limit

  11. After seeing this phone's price, even Apple would say, "how expensive this phone is !! Definitely Not value for money."
    🤣🤣😂😂
    LOL

  12. In six months it will be selling for $99.00 or it will just totally disappear, my opinion, I would like one that small but with its own number..

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