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Palm Pixi

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Palm Pixi (Sprint) - The Quick Review

phonedog.com
17 May 2010

Aaron's Palm Pixi review

phonedog.com
17 May 2010
  • Summary: The Pixi is clearly marketed as the budget device in the webOS lineup, evident by the lack of Wi-Fi, a smaller screen, and a less powerful processor. That being said, it has distinct advantages over the Pre, such as size, lack of moving parts, a more tactile keyboard, and a lower price tag. Though I see a great deal of potential in the future of webOS, like anything else in the wireless industry, it will boil down to personal preference.
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Joni's Palm Pixi review

phonedog.com
17 May 2010
Overall 7
7.0

Palm Pixi (Sprint)

PC Magazine
19 April 2010
  • Conclusion: The Palm Pixi, like the Palm Centro and BlackBerry Pearl before it, is a perfect entry-level smartphone for heavy texters who hadn't considered a smartphone before.
  • Pros: Fun interface. Cute design. Usable keyboard. Many more features than texting phones have.
  • Cons: Struggles with multitasking and video playback. Thin app catalog. Only for people with sharp eyes and small fingers.
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Channel5
27 February 2010
  • Summary: As frustrating as the lack of Wi-Fi and slowness of app boost up may be for power users, it didn't mar our anjoyment of the Palm Pixi. The build is way better than most budget feature phones already on the market – and what do you expect from a phone that’s selling for under $25 (£15) on Amazon?
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Palm Pixi (Sprint) Review

ConnectReviews
19 January 2010
  • Excerpt: Last year was a big year for Palm, with the Pre announced at CES in January, and the Pixi announced in the fall. We’ve finally got our thoughts on the Pixi, from the webOS operating system to the Touchstone charging technology and everything in between. Get the rundown after the break.
  • Pros: Lightweight and slim design., Great QWERTY keyboard., Fast EVDO network., Touchstone inductive charging technology.
  • Cons: webOS still considerably slow., Third-party app catalog still small.
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PLENDIL FOR SALE

smartphonenation.com
12 January 2010
  • Excerpt: Pixi Dust? Hardware On the back there is a 2 megapixel camera and a flash right slab in the middle. To the left and right of the camera and flash, there are two speaker grills, discount PLENDIL . There is also a tiny hole where you can attach a piece of string, dog tag, or whatever so your phone will stay close to you like a female with a Louis Vuitton purse, PLENDIL FOR SALE . I know what you're thinking, is the Pixi compatible with the Touchstone charger.
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Overall 7
7.0

Palm Pixi

MobileTechReview.com
23 December 2009
  • Conclusion: The Palm Pixi is an affordable, fun and intuitive smartphone. We still like webOS quite a lot, though the Pixi's hardware doesn't show it off as well as the $50 more expensive Palm Pre. If you're upgrading from a Centro there's a lot to like, including the much more modern OS with multitasking, a good GPS, and support for Sprint's myriad services like Sprint TV and NFL Mobile. We're not in love with the keyboard, but we weren't a fan of the Centro's either.
  • Pros: Small and pocketable QWERTY smartphone, fresh OS.
  • Cons: Sluggish at times, keyboard is trying.
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Palm Pixi Review

Brighthand
30 November 2009
  • Summary: BUY the Pixi Plus Black Cell Phone - AT&T The Palm Pixi  is a fun little device, and very well priced. After using it for a week I can say that it's a very good value for the price, but it may not be right for everyone. The keyboard in particular is my least favorite aspect of the device. While it is adequate for basic texting and email, it isn't really comfortable enough to use for long emails.
  • Pros: Very small size, extremely pocketable, Gorgeous display, Intuitive, easy to use controls, Surprisingly robust music player application, Excellent email functionality, Very good mobile web experience
  • Cons: Keyboard is usable, but not ideal for heavy use, Relatively low volume output, Battery life is acceptable, but could be better, Camera is acceptable, but could be much better
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Review of Palm's Pixi for Sprint, its second webOS smartphone

MobileBurn
30 November 2009
  • Excerpt: The Palm Pixi is the second webOS based smartphone to hit the market, and, like the Pre, it is being offered by Sprint. Lauren dragged the Pixi around with her for some testing, and has put together this review of the slender Pixi.
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