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    Any early number reports?
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    Who knows but selling it the week of a petrol shortage and national strikes isn't likely to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CGK View Post
    Who knows but selling it the week of a petrol shortage and national strikes isn't likely to help.
    ouch!
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    Hp|palm is just doing this thing wrong. The pre should have come to the states first, so that the phone would have been more appreciated as a successor to the pre plus.(IMO)

    ...Are better yet to sprint customers.:-)

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    tho in hindsight, i think the palm pre 2 should have came out after exclusivtiviy ran out when it sold the palm pre plus on att. then it should have brought out the palm pre 2 to sprint (its largest customer base). then when that exclusive ran out again with sprint, it then should have been brought out to verizon and t-mobile.

    palm/hp definitely needs to bring out more/different phones with webos. this is where i think their biggest mistake is.
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    the pre2 is just a lube job till CES and a test bed for WebOS 2.0 so it can mature even faster on better hardware... still 2 months till CES and prob first phones 3-6 months after that.. so WebOS 2.0 will have at least 6 months of live development before it goes on new superhardware... i see what they are doing. But the kid in me wants a new phone NOW!! lol
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    there selling like crepes... or crap. take your pick.

    dont mind me, im just trolling.
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    I aggree with the statement of HPalm doing this all wrong. The Pre 2, is destined to be a failure at this point. Or a very slow start.

    But hey... slow and steady wins the race.

    Er.. we haven't been steady yet..

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