Palm Revived in Ultra-Small Size, Can't Decide if It's a Phone or a Smartwatch
The tiny Palm device rumored to arrive since August now has a release time in November, on Verizon Verizon Wireless’ network, and a $350 price tag.
After HP bought Palm in 2010, Chinese electronics TCL Corporation acquired it in October 2014 and added to its own portfolio to use it as a smartphone brand.
TCL Corporation eventually sold it to a San Francisco startup which is now using it to name a 3.3-inch device that you can add to a Verizon plan and that works pretty much like a smartwatch.
It will have the same number as your main phone and will sync with it to display call and text message notifications, allowing you to leave behind your smartphone with a 6+ inch display and enjoy your evening or weekend.