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    Specifically, the Verizon Pre2?

    Supposedly, HP is still developing WebOS, but stopped hardware production. Can the Pre2 hardware even handle WebOS v3?
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    Answer to your question in the topic: NO
    Rumors say HP is dismounting its webOS software engineers.

    And they even gave you enyo support with Bing maps didn't they?
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    webOS 3 is TouchPad only. It's not that webOS 3 has more features, it's that it's a special version webOS made for the tablet form factor. Though I have to agree, I would love some features to make it to webOS 2 and 1, such as 'stacked' notifications.
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    What exactly is this "Enyo support" I keep reading about?

    Is it anything important?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spud101 View Post
    Answer to your question in the topic: NO
    Rumors say HP is dismounting its webOS software engineers.

    And they even gave you enyo support with Bing maps didn't they?
    um yha the pre 2 hardware could handle 2.2/3.0 for a phone. and im confident we'll get something.
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    to bad pre2 will never get touch to share ... its not in the hardware
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    I hope not, not if its gonna take away my gestures
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    all i want is the Bluetooth "MAP" profile that will allow us to do our Text Messaging on the TouchPad. Other phones with that profile can do it, it sure would be nice for the webOS phones to be able to!
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    i believe the intention was to unite the phone and touchpad webOS's one day, either a later version of 3 or perhaps webOS 4 (very much like android - 2.x for phones (though adapted to tablets), 3.x for tablets, 4.x for both). given the state of webOS now, I think it's pretty unlikely any such thing will ever happen.

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