Just as we were beginning to think Palm's revival would amount to nothing more than four phones and some potential nifty printers, we hear word of two new models (and a new TouchStone) showing up in a certification database.
After two phones (and two spin-offs) running webOS, you'd think Palm and its new owner HP would be keen to get some new devices to market. All we've got to go on for now is a Palm rep's comments, confirming that they "are working on future devices," and a "new version of the OS." Apparently, we're "going to find the…
When we said webOS was brilliant but that the hardware was dragging it down, we didn't mean for a PreCentral forum-dweller to run it on a Dell laptop.
While Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein says the company would certainly "consider takeover offers," he insists that Palm can survive as an independent company. Not only that, but he has hope for the future:
Simply put, the Palm Pre is the most hyped phone since the original iPhone. It's coming out in two weeks, on June 6. Here's everything we know—we'll update this as more info comes in.