Thursday, January 29, 2009

Review of palm centro

when i got chance to see this mobile then The look and feel of this Wireless Palm Centro wasn't differ much from the Sprint version, though it comes in an attractive cobalt blue color rather than red, black, or white.
This palm centro smartphone features a 2.25-inch,and a 320x320-pixel touch screen.the dimensions at 4.2 inches high by 2.1 inches wide by 0.7 inch deep which is quite compact, and it weighs 4.2 ounces. when i totally manage to see it then i could find all the things.
The good in this mobile--
It offers ease of use, a compact design, and a solid feature has affordable price. This phone is also EV-DO capable and offers good call quality.The Centro has Bluetooth 1.2 for use with wireless headsets, hands-free kits, serial port, and dial-up networking.On the plus side, Google Maps for Mobile ships on the device and includes color maps, satellite imagery, and traffic data.
The bad things in the mobile--
It's keyboard is small and cramped. i couldn't found any support for stereo Bluetooth headsets.that was really very bad as i like this feature too much.The smartphone lacks integrated Wi-Fi.there's no support for the OBEX (Object Exchange) or the A2DP profile so you won't be able to use your stereo Bluetooth headset with this device
The bottom line of the mobile--
Though some minor shortcomings are there, the Palm Centro offers Verizon Wireless customers an easy-to-use, affordable, and solid performing smartphone that's perfect for the first-time buyer or anyone on a budget.
OS provided: Palm OS 5.4.9 ;
Processor: 312 MHzXScale ;
Wireless connectivity: Bluetooth

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