The Palm Phone is made to be your smartphone's sidekick, a companion. That's right, the new Palm phone shares your primary phone number - it's a Verizon exclusive by the way - and it's meant to help you reduce the time you spend on your primary smartphone.
Accessibility and speed of use were clearly the key attributes that Palm creators focused on when developing this device - you can simply use your voice to access your favorite social media (like Snapchat or Instagram), exercise (like Strava or Runkeeper), and listen to music apps (like Spotify or Pandora).
The original Palm device, like its rival Handspring, was a precursor to today's smartphones. Miloseski and Nuk are the founders of this company who also announced that they are not going to bring back the PDA device and instead will be concentrating on re-inventing Palm with roots in mobile innovation.
The cases for the phone have been designed by none other than Stephen Curry, which further goes to add to their appeal. Each has a screen that measures five or six inches diagonally, a ecosystem of almost identical apps, and a rectangular body that is now little more than pure screen. You get a 800 mAh battery which thanks to the fact that the device is very small, allows it to stay on for plenty of time.
Our cover graphic shows National Basketball Association star Stephen Curry holding the new Palm. It is basically a pocket phone with a small 3.3-inch display.
When manufacturers are competing to achieve tinier notches in order to increase screen-to-body ratio, the Palm smartphone represents exactly the opposite. Users connect the Palm to their main phone so that both devices use the same number, and you can receive texts and calls on both. When you're going for a workout at the gym, going for a hike in the country or working in your friend's garage, you may want to leave your expensive iPhone XS Max at home and only use the iPhone mini. Palm offers users a minimal approach. The small 3.3-inch HD LCD display panel also gets Corning Gorilla Glass protection on the front and the back.