Excerpt: The Palm Pixi Plus is Palm’s 2nd-generation device along with the Palm Pre Plus . The Pixi Plus is Palm’s first WebOS phone that has a candy bar form factor with no sliding mechanism. I like design of it, reminds me of my old Nokia e61i, but more sexier.
Palm Pixi Plus Reviewed: Cute WebOS Smartphone Updated
23 May 2011
Summary: The Palm Pixi Plus is Verizon's version of the original Pixi from Sprint. Adding a few minor modifications to a beautiful and elegant smartphone, does Verizon's version of the Palm Pixi measure up? Does the Palm Pixi Plus have what it takes to stand out in a sea of iOS and Android devices?
Conclusion: If you're looking to move up from a texting feature phone, the Palm Pixi Plus is an excellent choice. It's fun and easy to use, yet it's powerful with a full featured Webkit browser that supports pinch zooming (Flash is coming but isn't here yet), Synergy for syncing contact info from multiple...
Pros: Great OS, excellent web browser, extremely affordable smartphone.
PHOTOVIEW: Palm Pixi Plus GSM/UMTS webOS Smartphone
26 April 2010
Excerpt: To be launched end of April in Germany and France , the GSM/UMTS Palm Pixi Plus is the latest addition to Palm's portfolio of webOS smartphones. Running webOS 1.4, the Palm Pixi Plus features quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE and dualband UMTS/HSDPA at 900/2100 MHz.
Conclusion: I really like this phone. As much as I like this phone, it won’t be my next phone. I felt it was a little underpowered, and I don’t really care for the form factor (except for the incredibly small size). I am a sucker for a large screen and some horsepower.
Pros: Very slim, Physical keyboard, webOS, 3G Mobile Hotspot
Cons: Seems under-powered, Smaller screen, Small keyboard
Excerpt: What the Honda Civic is to the Accord, the Pixi Plus is to the Pre Plus . While not entirely hobbled, the Pixi flutters in the shadow of the Pre with a smaller screen, a slower processor, and a lower-resolution camera, but balances the handicaps with a lightweight, easy-to-use form factor that finds...
Pros: Low $80 price tag, Superb QWERTY keyboard, One of the most pocket-friendly smartphones to date, Slick, multi-tasking-friendly WebOS interface, Speedy 3G connectivity on Verizon, Optional Touchstone charger and designer backs
Cons: WebOS feels somewhat unresponsive, really chugs at times, Screen can feel cramped, App Catalog still lags behind competitors (but by less than before), Unimpressive camera, Slightly less intuitive than iPhone