Palm (companion)

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Palm is a smartphone running the Android operating system, announced on October 15, 2018 and that will be available exclusively through Verizon in the United States from November 2018. Palm is developed, designed, and marketed by Palm Ventures Group, a San Francisco-based start up founded by Dennis Miloseski and Howard Nuk. Palm Ventures is financially backed by Chinese electronics company TCL that owns the Palm trademark, originally of Palm, Inc.[1][2]

Palm is marketed as "an ultra-mobile companion" device that is meant to be used in conjunction with a regular smartphone—positioning it as a cross-over between a wearable and a smartphone. It features a 3.3-inch display, very small by industry standards at the time, and is also very lightweight.[3][4]

It is the first "Palm"-branded device on the market since 2010 (Palm Pre 2).[5]



Operating System Android 8.1
Processor Qualcomm® 435 Snapdragon processor. Octa-core CPU
Storage 32GB
Security Face unlock
Sensors G-Sensor, Glonass GPS, Proximity, E-compass, Gyro
Connectivity 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.2 low energy

WLAN 802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz), non

emovable nano-SIMr

Keyboard Fleksy


Display 3.3" 445 ppi LCD
Glass Impact resistant front and rear Corning Gorilla Glass
Rear camera 12 MP (with flash)
Front camera 8 MP
Construction Crafted billet aluminum mid-frame
IP rating IP68 water and dust resistant
Audio Dual purpose speaker
Battery 800mAh non-removable battery

(All-day battery life*, 3+ day standby time)

Charging USB-C
SIM Non-removable nano SIM
Size 50.6 x 96.6 x 7.4mm
Weight 62.5 grams
Colors Two: Gold and Titanium


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  6. ^ "The new Palm is a tiny phone to keep you away from your phone". The Verge. Retrieved 2018-10-19.
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