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Unfortunately not running our beloved webOS, but Android, FCC documents show a new Palm phone in the works. If you recall, the Palm brand was purchased by TLC with the promise of releasing new Palm branded phones.....
 

First spotted by , new filings show a device called the Palm PVG100 has passed through the  and . Yes, a Palm smartphone submitted by the  just showed up in 2018.

Not much is known about the device, but it is an Android 8.1 Oreo smartphone with WiFi 2.4GHz and quad-band LTE support. If you went "huh" after reading 2.4GHz, you are correct with that reaction as this device will not support the faster 5GHz band, common in most devices now, by the looks of this filing. ....

 

Palm PVG100 Escapes Smartphone Purgatory Running Android Oreo
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