Nova for pro-sumers. Does that mean us?

Posted on 05 January 2009, Last updated on 11 November 2019 by

Seriously, I don’t know much about how Palm operate. I’ve never followed their phones, never owned any of their PDAs and only briefly took much notice when they attempted to launch the Foleo in 2007. The Foleo piqued my interest a little and now ‘Nova’ is doing the same.

Gearlog says that Nova, the almost-confirmed OS from Palm will be pro-sumer and internet focused. Does ‘pro-sumer’ mean the full web experience? Will it scale to 5″ 800×480 screens and devices running hi end ARM cores? How about netbooks? There was certainly some talk about it.

Any readers out there following it closely? I’d be interested to hear your opinion so if you have a moment, let us all know what you think in the comments.

CES 2009: Palm’s New Nova Phone, What We Know Now – Gearlog.

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