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Monday, 27 August 2007 07:03

Real Palm Centro image leaked

Written by test
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To be available on Sprint

A real picture of the upcoming Palm Centro entry level PDA phone has made its way online and it looks like it's not far away from being launched now and the first carrier to get it looks to be Sprint in the US.

The Palm Centro is meant to have a new OS and have 3G connectivity via EV-DO, a US only standard.

Sprint is meant to have a 90 day excluive with Palm on the Centro, so if you're using a different carrier, you'll have to wait.

The good news is that it's expected to retail for US$99 with a contract, although this is expensive compared to what some of these kind of devices are sold at in Europe.

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