Innovative interface; great for Web surfing or running multiple apps.
Intuitive OS, syncs Facebook and email contacts and calendars, fast web browser.
Decent compact touch screen smartphone, great multitasking ability, double the memory and storage capacity of the first Pre.
Additional memory capacity and RAM, Improved keyboard, Inductive back cover for Touchstation charging dock, Attractive pebble like design.
Poor battery life; some overheating problems.
Sparse app store, dated design, sharp edged keyboard.
Lack of applications, missing auto-correction while typing, missing hotspot USA application.
Lack of video recording and editing options, Speakerphone volume is too low, V Cast Music or Video not supported.
Sluggish performance, Relatively short battery life, Lacks on-screen keyboard.
By Government Computer News on September 01, 2010
B Pros: Innovative interface; great for Web surfing or running multiple apps. Cons: Poor battery life; some overheating problems. Before Apple smashed into the mobile space with the iPhone, it all pretty much belonged to Palm and Research in Motion....-
By Good Gear Guide on August 31, 2010
If youre looking for a smaller and less expensive alternative to the Motorola Droid you will be pleased with the Palm Pre Plus. The hardware improvements and future software upgrades should boost its appeal - especially among the latest crop of...80
By 3G UK on August 10, 2010
on the Palm Pre PlusA year ago the Palm Pre bowled us over, but the Pre Plus has a dated design and very few added extras and doesn’t really hold its own next to the latest superphones like the Samsung Galaxy S or HTC Desire. The sync features...60
By Mobile Choice on August 06, 2010
A decent phone, but outdated compared to the superphones of this year...60
By The Inquirer on July 22, 2010
Over a year has passed since then, and Palm has brought out successors to that phone and operating system. The company has since changed owners and is a part of HP now, which has big plans for WebOS and development of the brand along with its...80
By V3.co.uk on July 21, 2010
The Palm Pre Plus isn't wildly different to the original Pre, and is more of a service pack release. Not much has changed other than the doubled memory size for storage and running applications. Holding back the webOS operating system is a lack of...80
By LanOC Reviews on July 15, 2010
Despite a few very minor issues, the Palm Pre and Pixi have done an excellent job of putting multi-tasking into the hands of the user. Partner an extemely friendly interface with good responsiveness and you've got a prime example of how to manage...-
By Trusted Reviews on July 06, 2010
The original was a device overflowing with potential thanks to its swish touch interface and cute pebble-shaped design, but in the end it fell slightly short of the mark. Now Palm is hoping to right most of the original's wrongs with an...70
By Icrontic on June 30, 2010
Throughout the course of reviewing the Pre Plus, I was often met with the feeling that these first-gen webOS models are the imperfect progenitors of something truly outstanding. WebOS is one of the most capable, intuitive and polished mobile...-
By GadgetRepublic on June 21, 2010
A solid choice for the smartphone shopper, the Palm Pre Plus has almost everything you could desire. Bar a super high-definition screen or quite high specced camera, this phone is as smart as they come.From 40 per month on O2 Ireland price...-