AT&T to carry two webOS phones from beleaguered Palm

Christmas PD5FM $10 discount“As part of its smartphone app push, AT&T today also confirmed at its Developer Summit that it will add two Palm phones running webOS to its roster,” Electronista reports.

MacDailyNews Take: Hmm, Palm, Palm… Ah, we remember: Last year’s Nexus One.

Electronista continues, “CEO Ralph de la Vega didn’t provide details of the phones but does say they should arrive in the first half of the year.”

“The news is the first official confirmation of webOS phones in the US outside of Sprint,” Electronista reports.

Full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: iPhone OS devices will be on carriers other than AT&T in the U.S. this year.

12 Comments

  1. All this is saying is that AT&T is also abandoning Windows Mobile and replacing it with Android/Web OS.

    Regardless of relative blandness of both of those (compared to our JesusPhone), they are both infinitely better than the turd from Redmond.

  2. As I said concerning the Dell phone, what phone maker won’t ATT sell?

    How can their physical stores stock all these phones, let alone have sales help that can competently present them to potential customers?

  3. How about this quote!?!?!?

    NYT:Mr. de la Vega said that AT&T;’s goal was “to get more apps to more customers on more devices.”

    “New apps fuel more demand for devices and data,” he said.

    wow.

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