AT&T Palm Pixi Plus GoPhone under 20 dollars
I actually thought that webOS and devices such as the Palm Pixi Plus had died off some time ago; however it appears I am wrong in that assumption, because it seems the Palm Pixi Plus with its WebOS has become an AT&T GoPhone for those that like the no contract option.
According to the guys over at Phone Arena, AT&T now offers the webOS toting Palm Pixi Plus as a GoPhone that commands a very reasonable price that of just $19.99 off contract.
Apparently the Palm Pixi Plus usually goes for $149.99, however an instant online discount of 130-bucks slices that price down to a more pleasing and affordable 20-bucks, and includes a free two-day priority shipping, so all the webOS smartphone will set you back is that $19.99.
For those that may have forgotten about what the Palm Pixi Plus offers spec wise, the smartphone offers a 2.63-inch touch screen, physical QWERTY keyboard, 8GB built in storage, a 2 megapixel camera with LED flash, Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, and a Qualcomm S1 processor.
The Palm Pixi Plus measures 111 x 55 x 10.8mm with a weight of 92 grams, has a 1150mAh battery that is said to deliver up to five hours talk time and up to 350-hours standby time, but unfortunately doesn’t come with a microSD expansion slot.
So there you go, if you would like to play along with webOS on the Palm Pixi Plus as a GoPhone on AT&T you can now hit up AT&T’s website and do so.