Smartphones with immersive bezel-less displays have become standard in 2018. These microcomputers in our pockets can do a majority of computing tasks, that were earlier restricted to workstations. An old smartphone brand Palm has now come up with a new smartphone and smartwatch hybrid known as the Palm Phone.
So here’s everything you need to know about the Palm Phone.
As the name of this phone suggests, this phone is tiny and can easily fit in anyone’s palm. The significant reason behind the existence of the Palm phone is to reduce the distractions and problems that we face with our primary smartphone.
Many major smartphone manufacturers are coming up with both software and hardware implementations to reduce our interaction with smartphones. That said, these attempts sound gimmick and are easily ignorable. So syncing and connecting the palm phone with our primary phone we can ignore the later to some extent.
Palm Phone is a full-fledged Android smartphone running on Android 8.1 Oreo. The front and rear side of this small smartphone are protected by Gorilla Glass 3. For those interested in dimensions, the Palm Phone is 50 x 97 x 7.4 millimeters. The design aesthetics of the Palm Phone seems to be inspired by the iPhone XS.
Palm Phone sports a tiny 3.3-inch, 445-ppi LCD display which is enough for checking notifications but by no means can be used as a daily driver. This small smartphone features a 12MP primary camera and an 8MP front-facing camera. The Palm phone is powered by the mid-range Snapdragon 450 processor and has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
The Palm Phone retails for a price of $349.99 or roughly Rs. 25,000. This small and compact smartphone can be considered as an upgraded variant of any smartwatch.
You can control your primary phone with the Palm Phone. Nifty features like “Life Mode” that turns off every unwanted notification or call, IP68 water and dust resistance, and USB Type-C make this phone a reliable option. So if you want to stop the distractions and wastage of time with your primary smartphone, then the Palm Phone will impress you.
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