Monday, 8 February 2010

Palm Pre's GSM Version to Debut in Germany on O2 GSM Palm Pre Available With Two New Apps, ran and VZ-Netzwerke

About three weeks ago we caught wind that Palm's Pre is coming to Europe
and that O2 is going to be the exclusive carrier to sell it starting
October 13th. It looks like things confirmed, went smooth and now the
GSM version of the Pre has been introduced in Germany.
We operate one of the most modern mobile telecommunications networks
in Europe and offer our customers a simple and transparent tariff
structure. In combination with Palm Pre our customers experience
top-class mobile communications. With Palm Pre the mobile internet
becomes the easiest thing in the world, said Renรฉ Schuster, CEO of O2
Germany.
For our Deutsch comrades who don't know much about it, the smooth,
elegantly rounded and ergonomic design manages to include a full QWERTZ
slide-out keyboard, features a rather large 3.1-inch touch screen with a
vibrant 24-bit color 320ร—480 resolution HVGA display, a 3-megapixel
camera, integrated GPS, Wi-Fi Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity and 8GB of
built-in memory. Running on Palm's new webOS, there's also a
high-performance, desktop-class web browser, an accelerometer to flip
the phone the way you need, messaging support for IM, SMS and MMS, and
email support (Microsoft Exchange, POP3 or IMAP).
Other than getting their hands on the new Palm Pre, two new free
applications have also been announced for the Pre's catalog "- ran and
VZ-Netzwerke, both in German — with more to come in the next few days.
Price wise, Telefonica O2 Germany will sell the device for โ�EUR481
without contract, or in 24 monthly rates of โ�EUR20 each.
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