There were a number of LTE-capable devices shown off at Verizon's CES press conference last week but, sadly, none of them were running HP's webOS. It turns out, though, that HP and Palm may still have a 4G device waiting in the wings, as evidenced by a test page on Verizon's website. A handset named the Palm Voice, also listed as the Palm Voice Test and Palm LTE Voice, has popped up on Verizon's site, although the photo and specs used on the page are exactly the same as the Palm Pre Plus. Still, the product ID on the Voice's page is new and is also different than the one than the Pre Plus had.
Considering how long we've been waiting and wishing for new webOS hardware to arrive, this Verizon test page gives us hope that we'll finally see some new products in the near future. If this mysterious Palm Voice does end up launching with LTE compatibility, well, that would just be icing on the delicious card-based cake. Since the Voice is on Verizon's test site, it could mean that we'll be seeing it announced some time soon, maybe even at the HP's event next month. Would any of you pick up an LTE webOS phone, or would you prefer a 4G Android phone like the ThunderBolt or DROID Bionic?