Palm Phone with 3.3-Inch Display, Android 8.1 Oreo Leaked

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Pictures of another Palm cell phone have surfaced on the Internet. After the declaration of Pre 3 seven years back, another handset is apparently while in transit to the cell phone advertise. As per a release, the Palm telephone is an Android handset with a little frame factor. Not exclusively does the cell phone have a little show, it additionally has a little battery. While there is no data on the worldwide accessibility of the new Palm telephone, it is relied upon to dispatch in the US. To review, the Palm mark has had a rollercoaster of a voyage from its days as the main name in cell phones. It was obtained by HP in April 2010, yet the webOS division was closed down in 2011. After two years, LG purchased the webOS innovation from HP and afterward in 2015, TCL obtained all Palm trademarks.

According to an Android Police report, the new Palm telephone will brandish a 3.3-inch show with 720p determination. The report says that the cell phone is as of now codenamed Pepito, and it will be one of the littlest cell phones in the market. Because of its size, the telephone will likewise be fuelled by a little 800mAh battery. In the engine, the Android Police report asserts that the cell phone will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor, matched with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of inbuilt stockpiling. The report says that the cell phone will at first be discharged only through Verizon in the US.
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The report additionally figured out how to release a picture of the up and coming Palm telephone. The new hole likewise reaffirms prior reports from Android Police itself that said that a handset with show number PVG100 by Palm Venture Group had gotten an accreditation from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). A few months prior, the cell phone likewise went through the Wi-Fi Alliance accreditation program. As indicated by the reports, the Android 8.1 Oreo cell phone accompanies WiFi 2.4GHz and quad-band LTE bolster.

The Palm telephone does not have an earphone jack and it will apparently be accessible in Gold and Titanium shading variations. The report, in any case, does not uncover the dispatch date of the handset.

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