Palm Pixi

AKA: Palm Eos CDMA
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Its size and feel is just wonderful and we think that many people would pick the Palm Pixi over the Pre because of this, even at the same price. - PhoneArena Team, PhoneArena  
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Specs summary

Screen
2.6"

The Palm Pixi's screen is 2.6 inches with 320 x 400 pixels resolution.

Processor
Unknown

There is a Qualcomm MSM7627 processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the HP WebOS operating system (OS).

Camera
2+ MP
You can take photos with the phone's onboard 2+ megapixel camera. There's no secondary front camera.
Storage
8 GB

Internal memory is 8 GB. No external card slot is available for expansion.

Battery
1150mAh

The phone is powered by a 1150 mAh Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. HP Palm's performance ratings are: 14.5 days standby time, 300 minutes talk time.

Prices (Where to Buy)

140

NEW Palm Pixi Sprint Phone -In Factory Sealed Box

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140

AT&T Palm Pixi GSM UNLOCKED Phone

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140

Palm Pixi

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140

Palm Pixi Sprint Clean ESN With Activation Error

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140

*Palm Pixi - 8GB - Black (Sprint) Smartphone - PALM*

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Reviews (8/10 Avg. rating)

It's more sluggish than its predecessor

from MobileBurn (over 4 years ago)

The Palm Pixi serves up a solid user experience as a $99.99 smartphone on Sprint. It offers good integration with social networks like Facebook, populates your address book automatically from e-mail accounts, and has a UI that's intuitive and fun to use. Still, it's more sluggish than its predecessor,... More

Awesome design along with slow work

from Gizmodo (over 4 years ago)

The Pixi is screwed. It's totally cannibalized by the technologically superior Pre, which you can find for under $100. Even if you can get the Pixi for $30 at Walmart, it's worth trading up to the Pre for $40 or $50 more if you're absolutely wedded to the idea of a webOS phone, simply for the speed and... More

Feels somewhat better than the Pre

from Phone Scoop (over 4 years ago)

The Pixi is well named. It is a tiny little phone. The back and sides are rounded and smooth, making it extremely comfortable to hold. It feels great in the hand, and is thin and light enough that it will be a welcome companion on any journey. The overall fit and finish of the Pixi feels somewhat better... More

A sleek, tiny device

from Engadget (over 4 years ago)

It's hard to believe that Palm is already pushing its second webOS device, the Pixi, out the door. It seems like just a few weeks ago that we were eagerly awaiting the release of the Pre, a phone that was considered to be the last gasp for the badly ailing company, and now it's poised to add an entirely... More

So small and light that it effortlessly slides into the pocket

from PhoneArena (over 4 years ago)

Call quality was good on Pixi.  Callers reported us as an 8.5-9, saying there was a very slight echo, almost like we were in a chamber, but that it was a very minor issue.  On our end they sounded just fine with good volume and voice reproduction. Battery life on Palm Pixi is surprisingly good... More

For Centro owners thinking of upgrading

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

Overall, I'm delighted with the Pixi. I was a Centro user and while researching, found that very few reviews focussed on the issues a Centro user might face beyond data transfer. So here goes: Pluses Ability to see multiple Calendars (iPhone friends drool at this one) and all your Contacts. Ability... More

  8/10

Hate This *!#@&! Phone

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

In case you couldn't tell by the title, this phone is not my friend. I *hate* it. I had a Palm for two years before this and *loved* it, so I thought this would be an easy transition. Not so. Pro: I love how it syncs with Google Calendar and Contacts. It's nice to be able to update either... More

  2/10

Web OS excellent

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

Switched from a BlackBerry and love this little phone. Even though it is smaller than my BB, the screen is larger. Pros: good keyboard; very nice display; webOS is incredible; nice apps; push email excellent; browsing great; multitasking fun; touchstone charger is GREAT idea; very responsive touch... More

  10/10

Excellent Little Phone

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

This phone replaced the Samsung Intercept (I purchased three of those and returned them after a few weeks, please see my review on that piece of garbage). My wife and daughter both use this phone and it is an excellent, tiny, well designed little device. Perfect for my girls and the WebOS is very very... More

  8/10

do pros overweigh cons?

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

This phone was $24.99, so much of my review will be based on that super low price. If I had paid $100.00 or more, this might be a different story. I've had this phone for about 5 months now so I'm pretty familiar with it. Ok, first, the good features: It has a full QWERTY keyboard. It... More

  6/10

I'm really glad I got this phone!

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

My sprint contract was up and I was debating between the Palm Pixi or the Blackberry Curve 8530. The Palm Pixi was so much more appealing to me. I love the size, the touchscreen, the free apps (I've downloaded almost 30 and counting!), the keyboard (it looks small but is actually really nice and... More

  8/10

2 thumbs up

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

The Palm Pixi is great little phone but IF you live on your phone and basically need a computer in your pocket. ~THEN STOP READING~ this isn't the Iphone or droid The Pixi works best with people who occasionally enjoy toying with their phones when they are bored in a waiting room or in the... More

  10/10

Out of love with this Palm

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

Let me start this review off by saying, I am a Palm fan. I loved my Treo 755p with gusto for over two years. So when it finally went belly up and two replacement phones from Sprint did the same after 1 month - I figured it was time to upgrade to bigger (Smaller?) and better things. Boy, was I wrong!... More

  4/10

A very smart phone

from Amazon (over 4 years ago)

I have an ipod touch at home that I use daily and extensively. And My wife has an HTC Hero with Android. And since I received this Palm Pixi with WebOS, I got completely addicted to its amazing simplicity. True you are limited in terms of applications, but you the most useful ones are available for... More

  10/10

Great Phone!

from Amazon (over 4 years ago)

My wife has had this phone for a few months and she loves it! This phone has the best form factor of any phone, slim, GREAT keyboard. Excellent for a heavy texter or for email. Multi-tasking is great as well and you don't appreciate it until you use it. Web browsing on the pixi is a pleasure... More

  10/10

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