Palm Centro PDA Style Touchscreen QWERTY Phone In $100

29 September 2007 By Shashank


palm centro qwerty phone

Palm has released its small and compact Centro smartphone for the low end market and its basically a stripped down version of Treo. What i like about this Palm Centro is its price tag, in $100 you won’t expect a smartphone that too with touchscreen and a fully functional QWERTY keypad for fast typing buffs like me 😉

Feature wise it can send and recieve emails along with reading and editing of documents and spreadsheets on the go, this smartphone weighs only 4.2 ounces and its a bit larger than the size of credit card.The smartphone is exclusively available in US at Sprint Nextel Corp. for whole of this year and there’s no information on when this phone will become available with other carriers forget India ..

Palm Centro is a stripped down version of Treo but at $100 i would say its worth buying if it were available in India at that price i would be definitely buying it.

So if you are from India and are dying to get hold on one of those Centro’s
don’t expect it to be available in India anytime soon atleast not in the first quarter of 2008 😉

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Cool Gadgets, Mobiles 8 comments

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Nirmal says:

Looks good, especially the price, but the screen could have been a bit more bigger. 🙂

Michael says:

Looks Great! 😀

ankur says:

when i looked at palm centro for the first time i said wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww…… its realy great.

narinder says:

m using , treo 600 previously , nw m really dying to hold one of those centro…. i will buy it thro sum 1 frm usa.

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