Today’s tech news: The Palm, a tiny smartphone at $349


The Palm, a major come back with its one of the tiniest smartphones.

It comes with Android 8.1 runs on a Snapdragon 435. The 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of capacity. Furthermore, the 3.3-inch 720p screen implies you really have a higher pixel. The 12 megapixels primary camera and 8-megapixel selfie camera for a smartphone in this size.

However, with all the applications you can store and use on it. Furthermore, you can utilize the Palm smartphone and leave your routine smartphone at home without stressing over missed calls or messages.

As the Verizon has partnered to deliver the palm devices in market.  Moreover, Verizon’s NumberShare membership matches up the telephone number and messages (costs an extra $10 every month per line) with the goal that the smartphone is basically lesser than your palm size.

The Life Mode highlight will stop Wi-Fi, cell, Bluetooth when you off the screen. Except if you’re on a call and tracking location. The device also comes with IP68-certified resistance to water and dust particles, meaning the Palm can survive being submerged underwater up to a meter for a short period of time.

The smartphone will be accessible on Verizon beginning November 2 for $14.58 every month for two years or $299.99 with another two-year contract or only $349.99 in full. Accessible hues are Titanium and Gold.