Palm Centro Review

Designed for the CEO of the Home or Young Managing Director, Centro has a completely new shooting at completely new prices. Billed as $ 99.99, the new Palm Centro comes in under $ 100 as you will see advertised in various marketplaces. This price is subject to signing a 2 year contract and support $ 25 data file. Compared to Verizon and AT & T, Sprints pricing is still relatively cheap compared to the competition.

Pocketable Centro

The Centro can not be as thin as other smartphones like Moto Q, but it's definitely smaller. The Centro is flat-out pocket and it's his best friend who could be the front pocket of your favorite jeans. It also feels light, and this can be attributed in part to a smaller battery and a plastic sheath cover. Carryovers from the Treo smartphone are the ringtone on the top of the phone, allowing you to easily switch the ringtone in vibrational mode and vice versa. The buttons on the front of Centro have the familiar Power / End call and answer the call keys. The center of the device includes buttons for phone, calendar, e-mail / message and home (applications). 5-way Navigator is a departure from the previous design. The edge that allows the choice of 4-way selection seems to be too thin, but I had no need to scroll as it actually rose from the middle button.

Good

QWERTY keyboard, Palm OS easy to use, small, touchscreen.

The bad

No 3.5 mm headset socket, no Wi-Fi, no 3G, no Bluetooth 2.0, no Java and no flash for 1.3 mega pixel camera

Ruler

Palm Centro is not hip smartphone for the "youth" market as promised.

Source by Rajeshk Kumar

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