Excerpt: I fell in love with the phone when i first saw it in sprint. i bought it in December and im very happy with it. Its quick, easy to use but complicated to those who want to be noisy and go through your phone. It has a full keyboard, and my favorite part of the phone is the menu/home button. The way one has to slide it or tap it to get to where u need to go. Its slim, small, fits everywhere and i even lose it in my purse. its a great multi-tasker barely freezes on me.
Plam Pixi best middle ground between touch and keyboard phones
9 September 2012
Excerpt: When I went to the store, I was going to buy a Palm Pre, but as soon as I spotted the Palm Pixi, I knew I had to have it. The phone has been reliable, but be careful about which apps you download. If the app has any kinks, it can mess with the phone. I had to have the store reset my phone to clear some free app I got. But, that's not the fault of the phone--I just love it!
Excerpt: My husband and I each got the Pixi as an upgrade from our older flip phones. We wanted something that was a smartphone, but wasn't TOO much phone for us. My husband wanted something that would play music and I wanted to have a good selection of apps - and we both wanted something that wouldn't cost an arm and a leg. This phone did the trick!
Excerpt: It was that time again when my cell phone contract was up and I could upgrade my phone. All I really wanted was a decent phone so any extras would be a bonus and I did't want to spend any real money. Sprint gave me a choice of about 4 "free" phones (free with a 2 year contract.) By far, the most modern looking was the Palm Pixi so I took the plunge.
Excerpt: This phone is a great phone. The new Palm OS is phenominal, able to handle many tasks with little slowdown. The way you operate as well is easy, with a flick of a finger your back to the main menu. This feature is also surprisingly accurate, with no mis-touches at all. The touchscreen is the quality of an iphone, and it sports a full sized keyboard. All other hardware is great as well. Software is where I have to take off one star, all the preloaded software is great.
Palm Pixi 8 GB Cell Phone is a so cute, yet so powerful
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have only had this phone for two days but the more I play with it, the more I am loving it. It has so many features but I must tell you about my favorite...Palm Chat. I was having a problem with a simple thing and clicked here and there but couldn't figure it out. Saw the 'chat with Palm' feature and clicked on it. The person on the other end was quick to solve my problem, without making me feel like a total dufus. Huge marks for that.
Excerpt: I bought the Palm Pixi when SPRINT first brought it on to their network back in November 2009. I was absolutely excited about the thought of having a touchscreen phone that didn't seem as intimidating as every other PDA/Smartphone I had touched. In playing with the phone for the first few days I began to HATE the thing. I couldn't get used to everything being touchscreen. Plus, there was a part of me that wanted my phone to work as fast as my actual computer.
Excerpt: I love my Palm Pixi. It has applications, alot of which are free! It is my own personal mp3 player, radio, television, computer, telephone, dictionary all in one. It can do anything you want it too. If it doesn't, then you can download Preware which has patches that you can download to your phone and it will do what you want. You can dowloand themes. It has 8gb memory. It is easy to delete apps if you wish to, and easy to update the apps and your phone when needed.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for close to a year now and I absolutly love it. It has a mp3 player, camera, and web capabilities. It has a feature called a mobile hotspot, which allows you to have access to the internet on up to 5 devices. I use the internet from this phone on my laptop all the time and it works just as well as any other internet would. This phone also allows you to access facebook and watch videos on youtube. It also is a touchscreen which is very userfriendly.
Excerpt: Ever since I transferred to the US, I have been looking forward on the cell phone that would best suit me. I started with a tri-band cell phone that i bought from the Philippines and just loaded a prepaid sim card into it so I'd have a temporary contact number. But thinking in advance I always wanted to have a smart phone so I could check my emails, keep in touch with family and at least have an internet capability.