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About this product
- Product InformationThe black Palm Pixi Plus offers a good option for people who want a simple phone for daily use. It has a 2.63-inch touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard, ideal for those who need both functionalities. You can use it as a mobile hotspot, and it supports Wi-Fi connectivity. This device has a sleek design and lets you share files with friends via Bluetooth. You can enjoy 3G network for fast connection experience and it supports GPS for easy tracking should you misplace it. This phone has a reasonable cost with various unique features that offers customers an affordable smartphone with desirable features.
- Family LinePalm Pixi
- Storage Capacity8GB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyCDMA2000 1X
- BandCDMA EVDO Rev. A 800/1900
- Camera Resolution2.0MP
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 312 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 350 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Screen Size2.6"
- Display Resolution400 x 320 pixels
- Color Depth18-bit (262000 Colors)
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.37 in.
- Depth0.43 in.
- Width2.17 in.
- Weight3.26 oz
Most relevant reviews
- 1053557484@dele...Sep 23, 2012by
Greater than expected...
Def a great buy. For the price its a great phone. I had a droid x before and was looking for a smaller phone with similar to equal features. It contains pretty much all the same things. The camera is great for a lower quality, the phone works great and is cute! I would def recommend this to anyone who wants a smart phone but doesn't want to pay the extra cash. The only thing that i dislike about it is that there isn't as much of the app selection as android or apple, but it isn't as big of a deal to me personally. It still has angry birds, Facebook and other things like that...Overall a great buy and fast shipping too.
- heri36bigDec 16, 2011by
Palm pixi for verizon wirelees
The front of the phone is home to its 2.6-inch 400×320 resolution capacitive touch screen which also supports multi-touch input for zooming. Below the display there’s a small gesture area which you can use too move forwards or backwards through menus. The back of the phone is matte black in color and has a smooth rubber finish that offers a good grip. You can replace it with a series of colorful battery covers, though it is a bit hard to take off. The phone’s 2-megapixel camera and single LED flash are also on the back. Two volume buttons, a silencer button, and a microUSB hatch are on the right side of the device and its 3.5mm headphone jack and power button reside on the top.
- netxbooktechJul 08, 2012by
Pocket-sized WiFi Tablet for next to nothing!
I bought this device knowing I wasn't going to be able to use it as a Smartphone. But since it has WiFi - it can still function as a pocket-sized webOS tablet. So, email, websurfing, internet radio, music, movies, and more all in the palm of my hand, at least than $30 (which is what I paid) - it's hard to beat. Think of it as an iPod Touch, which sell for over $200. One thing I was disappointed about, no WiFi Skype. So the idea of using this as a WiFi phone is out of the question.
- kyle_r_kuhterAug 09, 2011by
It's a great phone mainly because of its size and ease of use. It's FRAGILE
The Palm Pixi is a miniPalm Pre. Therefore it is likely the smallest full-feature smartphone available. This is great for guys that want the internet and Google maps, but don't want to carry a purse. The touchscreen is small, but still functions just like any other WebOS device. It's very easy to use. I used to own a Windows mobile phone and I used to troubleshoot iPones and Blackberries at a law office. Still, I picked up this operating system instantly. The device has a real headphone jack (beats Samsung) and often lasts me 2 days on a charge. I really enjoyed how easily my contacts merged although I drew a blank when trying to add pictures for my contacts who were free from facebook. The OS (after booting) was quite snappy and video looks great in 3G areas. I also like the constant seamless backups of your stuff to the "cloud." This real keyboard is awesome! The bad news isn't too bad. (1) The Pixi has significantly less ram than the Pre so you usually can only have three apps open. (2) I had a 5 megapixel windows mobile phone Omnia in 2008. Therefore other phones like the iPhones up through #4 and all the Palms really disappointed me. This phone sports few megapixels. (3) The Phone takes one year and an additional day to turn on. Such is the case with most smart phones, but there doesn't seem to be much going on in a WebOS phone so why does it take so long? (4) There are like 7 apps for web OS. (5) The glass seems more fragile than my Omnia. I dropped my Omnia from my bike OFTEN, but it never broke in 2 years. It was eventually stolen. I've cracked a Pre and 2 Pixi screens from sitting down on the train with it in my pocket and a drop in the street. My Omnia too much harder falls and even went paintballing with me. (6) all your stuff is backed up with palm -your setup, your facebook, your contacts, your sticky notes. This is awesome when you need to replace your phone (and you will), but its hard to make a hard backup of your contacts if you plan to leave palm.Read full review
- bombthepanhandl...Sep 04, 2011by
Great bang for your buck phone. Full of surprises.
So my motorola droid finally crapped out on me and I had to buy a new phone to replace it. Figured id scour ebay for one and i came across this phone for $48. At first ill admit I was skeptical..a phone that cheap brand new. I looked at some reviews on youtube and across here and everything I read said it was the bet bang for your back and ill have to admit im really impressed. Its a step down from my Droid but im quite surprised. Yes it has its flaws like a smaller keyboard you def have to get used to(which didnt take long for me and i dont have dainty hands). The camera quality is nowhere near what im used to, but it adequate enough for quick pictures and fun ones. Sometimes itll lag which is mostly when i have a few cards opened up. But at 48 bucks brand new, you cant really go wrong. If your in depth with apps then eh you might be disappointed. The market on here is mediocre at best though it does have the normal facebook app,some twitter apps and even Pandora radio(the facebook app is quite a surprise in a good way). The battery life for me has always been pretty good and I use Pandora quite a bit but still id recommend charging it every night if you can. The internet is quite peppy for how small the processor is esp if you use its Wi-Fi capabilities. The call quality could be better ill admit but it does its job. The overall WEBos is really easy and simple to get used to. I really love the gesture bar underneath the screen to navigate around. This phone is def a quality phone for how much you pay for and will def surprise you. Id easily recommend it to anyone looking for a quick replacement under budget.Read full review
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