From what we know, the specs are as follows:
•Same design as the current Pre series, but with a “flatter screen” (we’re supposing glass) and “more refined design.”
•Update: as arthurthornton notes in the comments – if you look closely that finicky USB door has been removed and replaced with a simple, exposed MicroUSB port. Looking more closely the finish on the edge is matted – so it looks like that crack-prone plastic we’ve been dealing with is a thing of the past.
•Update 2: PreCentral member thomas92 notes via email that SFR also says that webOS 2.0 will bring a faster boot time. We really need to work on our French, it seems.
I’m very excited to see Palm and HP make this move. I am a little upset that they are not making too many changes with the physical look, but its sufficient. I am really digging the integration with Facebook.
I can say that Palm really revolutionized “push” technology with the orginal Palm. Let’s see what else they have in store.
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