Remember Noah's article about the Palm Eos? The device has again surfaced, but this time, a leaked AT&T slide provides a substantial amount of credibility behind its existence. Supposedly targeted for a launch in the second half of the year, the device packs a 2.63-inch, 320x400 capacitive touchscreen, 4 GB of storage space, Bluetooth 2.1, A-GPS, and Exchange e-mail support. Still no official word on whether the device will run webOS or not, but the "new Palm OS experience" lends credence to it.
This is great news for those who want the webOS experience (assuming the Eos offers it), but don't want to switch to Sprint for the Pre. Slim form factor, strong specifications - bring it on, Palm!
Source: Engadget Mobile