Will Palm Pre sell for $199 or $150?

The release of the Palm Pre in slowly getting closer and with this in mind Credit Suisse analysts have taken a look at the Palm Pre and have estimated this Palm Pre Price, according to an article on The Street.

The Credit Suisse analysts predict that the Palm Pre will release carrying a price tag of $199 after any subsidies, however if Sprint wish to move the Palm Pre fast it could be $150 which would place the price below that of the Apple iPhone.

Credit Suisse also report the Palm Pre will sell to the tune of 1.3 million handsets this year and up to 3 million handsets in 2010.
So readers what do you think, will the Palm Pre sell for $199 or $150?

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6 thoughts on “Will Palm Pre sell for $199 or $150?”

  1. Reply
    momo says:

    I will buy it if it sells for $150, I’ll have second thoughts if its $199 and definitely won’t buy it if it’s more than $200.

  2. Reply
    Jesse says:

    $150.00!!! Underprice the iphone and sell the crap out of the new Palm Pre! Also save me $50.00 ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    Trent says:

    I want a Pre and getting rid of this stupid Iphone. It was a cool toy at first but thats about it. The cool factor wears out quick!

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    mary says:

    It doesn’t matter to me, $150 or $199. Either way, it’s affordable, much more than the iphone. Even if you’re not with Sprint and upgrade-ready, it’s still an extremely affordable phone, considering all of its capabilities. I can’t wait!

  5. Reply
    John says:

    You guys are crazy or just plain ol dumb if you think the pre will sell for less then 299.99 when it drops…. PEOPLE DON’T WANT CHEAP PHONES….. ONLY LITTLE KIDS DO!

  6. Reply
    R.J. says:

    @john….
    AGREED!!! If the “Pre” is a true mobile revolution, then the price should reflect its worth, not its fear of “Iphone”

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