VERIZON SET TO DEBUT PALM’S CREDIT CARD-SIZED SMARTPHONE

October 15, 2018 The Unbiased Writer

San Francisco startup Palm Ventures’ co-founders Howard Nuk and Dennis Miloseski have unveiled their brand’s new eponymous smartphone. Measuring a mere 3.8 inches tall and only 0.3 of an inch thick, the forthcoming Palm phone is half the size of most smartphones currently on the market. The device can be paired with both iPhones and Androids, underscoring the phone’s true purpose:  an accessory that accompanies your current smartphone instead of replacing it. Like a smartwatch, the Palm is meant to provide a lightweight alternative to your main device, acting as a pocket-able auxiliary for when you don’t want to take your hefty smart device on a quick run. Equipped with an  8-megapixel front camera and 12-megapixel counterpart on the rear, the phone comes with Bluetooth headphone support. Interested? Verizon will launch the device in November for $349 USD. Check out the images below: 

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