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- Product InformationSleek and trendy, the Palm Pixi P120 is a smartphone that operates on the 3G CDMA network. This Palm smartphone runs on the Palm webOS that gives you access to several useful and fun applications. The 2.63-inch 320x400 resolution LCD of this QWERTY mobile delivers images in rich colors. Featuring a 2 MP camera with the LED flash, this Palm smartphone lets you capture amazing quality photographs. What’s more, the QWERTY keypad of the Palm Pixi P120 makes texting a breeze. You can surf the Web, check emails, and download movies and videos easily with the 3G support of this QWERTY mobile.
- Family LinePalm Pixi
- Storage Capacity8GB
- Network TechnologyCDMA2000 1X
- BandCDMA 800/1900 CDMA2000 1XEV-DO
- Camera Resolution2.0MP
- 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.
- Width2.16 in.
- Weight3.53 oz
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- tech-stitchSep 27, 2016by
An older yet still very functional and capable phone!
This is a very capable phone that you could purchase for a low price and still enjoy your basic phone functions as well as some more complex ones. Unlike what many may believe, this device is fully usable even after a full reset. Yes, it is true that the Web OS is no longer supported and that the app catalog will not work. More over, it is true that the system will prompt for a registration on a hard reset. Still, there is a way to bypass this and end up with a fully functional phone. Just do a good search on your favorite search engine and have fun! You will need to install some drivers and software on your PC. Some things to consider when purchasing this device: * There is no WIFI option, * Some built in apps will no longer work (e.g. Google Maps). Based on research it seems one could side load some, but I never tried. * It is not the fastest phone out there. * Surprisingly the built in web browser is still quite capable! * It has a good battery life. Overall, I would recommend this phone provided you can deal with the limitations of the unit and the fact that the OS is no longer supported. Read full review
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- himomof7cFeb 12, 2016by
No longer supported by Palm so it is non-functional.
This phone is no longer supported. Palm was bought by HP. HP no longer supports the WebOS, so even if the phone is new and works perfectly you can't use it because you can't log onto the WebOS to update the operation software so you are stuck on the "Create an Account" screen. You can receive calls and you can dial out if you have the number memorized, but no other functions are possible because you can't access the screen without making an account with the now defunct Palm.
- zalnasApr 10, 2012by
Great value, fully featured, very fun to use.
I bought the Palm Pixi because I've been a Palm fan for years. I love my old Palm Zire 72, and I was very excited when they came out with their next-gen operating system, WebOS. The best thing about WebOS is the multitasking. It is hands down the best multitasking method of any smartphone on the market. When you want to switch apps, you swipe up, and your open applications appear as "cards" exactly where you left them. You can pause an app doing nearly anything, and come back to it and pick up exactly where you left off. WebOS has all the standard features expected in a smartphone: support for a myriad of email providers, including full Exchange (and Zimbra) support and great Gmail integration. The email client could use a few features, such as the ability to manipulate many messages at once like you can in iOS. Messaging in great, with the ability to message a person via SMS and IM in the same conversation. The application menu isn't as flexible as the iOS or Android menu, and feels cluttered. There also isn't any way to add applications to your home screen, though there is a dock. There are over 10,000 applications in the store, but not enough that you won't miss a few if you already own an Android or iPhone. The battery life isn't very good, and I've had difficulty getting through the day if I use my phone more than a little. I've bought a new battery (they're very cheap) to see if my battery is just old or worn out. The phone is discontinued, so accessories are absurdly cheap. You can get a touchstone (wireless) charger and touchstone cover for ~$7, and cases and batteries (OEM, mind you) for ~$3. The camera is fine, but at 2MP its nothing spectacular. Bluetooth only supports audio devices, no file transfers. There is no expandable memory, but you can plug the phone up with a USB cable and use it as a removable drive. It's also slow to startup, but that isn't a frequent occurrence. No complaints about the web browser, although many sites don't recognize I'm using a mobile device. One thing to watch out for is the Maps application. It came with a Google Maps app, but this no longer works and you are instructed to upgrade to the new Bing Maps program. However, all the reviews say that Bing Maps just does not work at all, and hence I haven't bothered downloading it. Seeing as it's a Sprint phone though, you can use the free Sprint Navigation app, which is a fine substitute for Google Maps. Read full review
- sabels2Jun 06, 2012by
Great backup, no contract, or replacement phone on a budget.
We bought this phone as an inexpensive replacement for my wife's Sanyo Zio Android phone which was just an absolutely terrible device. We were still on contract and had already had her phone replaced once so they weren't helping us much. The Palm was cheap and I knew the name so I went for it. I knew I used to really like the Palm software environment but I also knew Palm/HP gave up on phones, tablets, and their WebOS so I was concerned about support. Turns out you can pick up a Palm device and pretty much not even worry about it because it works . You could think of it more as a feature phone nowadays. No, it's certainly not the fastest device out there (especially if you're used to more modern ones with specs that look like a laptop from a few years back) but it works well, has good battery life, takes decent pictures, great contact management, great email management, great backup, and most importantly...functions very well as a phone and messaging device which something a lot of smart"phones" fail to accomplish it seams. When it comes to internet use, facebook, et al...this is where the phone falls off a bit. There is an app available, but it's much slower and less featured than anything brand new or even a couple years old; think Blackberry Curve here. If you absolutley have to use Facebook on your phones than you're going to want to always go with the newer phones because the software is just not going to function on older hardware. My wife gripes about the lack of Facebook but then remembers she doesn't need to be socially connected 24/7/365 (does anyone really?). I wouldn't go into a contract to get one of these phones or anything, but as an off contract or spare/backup phone you could do much, much worse than a Palm Pixi. I really wish they wouldv'e kept developing Palm devices because I would take it hands down over Blackberry and probably even over Android any day and twice on Sunday. Read full review
- desertmbpartsFeb 06, 2012by
Great value, tactile keys, WebOS OS is nice, CPU is slow so be patient!
Very good little phone. The keypad has a great feel to it, nice tactile keys that are easy to type on even though they seem small and cramped... they are actually quite nice. They're rounded enough to feel the keys very well with your thumbs. The software works very well and is above and beyond better than most smartphones in its class. You're getting a great experience for your dollar. Battery life seems to hold it's own for a solid day of texting/facebook/web browsing, although I highly recommend a Touchstone charging dock and Touchstone back cover for super easy charging while not in use, especially because the micro-USB flap is quite difficult to get open, especially if you have no fingernails... forget it. The only con for this particular phone is that while it does work very well, it is quite slow at times and you need to learn to be patient with it. Don't work too quickly or try to multitask with more than a couple of cards open. You will get some lag... but over time, I've gotten used to it and if you're a little patient, the phone works just fine. I have absolutely no regret for the amount of money I paid for it (Just $32 shipped). Also, no WiFi on this model, but as long as you have good Sprint coverage you should be okay on their 3G network. If you have spotty coverage or rely on WiFi then I would not recommend this phone. Read full review
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