Palm Pixi Plus
is a very clever little phone in a tiny package. For $80, it's among the least expensive smartphones available, and takes full advantage of the Palm Synergy platform to keep your life organized, albeit a little more slowly than the Pre Plus.
However, if your budget can stretch it, I recommend going for the Pre Plus since a more capable processor and better camera are worth the extra cost.
Pros: Very slim and light, Good voice quality, Good battery life
Cons: Relatively poor camera, Overall performance is adequate, but not exactly quick
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 fans in nearly everyone who handles it. It will have to be the body that sells it.
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
Excerpt: Other than that, the phone is identical in specs and design to its predecessor the Palm Pixi . While the keyboard isn't perfect and WebOS performance can be sluggish, the Palm Pixi Plus is a solid, inexpensive smartphone - and Wi-Fi only bolsters its abilities.