Another webOS-based Palm phone is preparing for lift-off, this time on AT&T and we’ve just had the chance to check out the first picture of the device and have a look at its specs. We’re dealing with a very thin phone (10.6mm), a follow-up to the Centro, that will support GSM/HSPA connectivity and also pack a 2.63 inch 320 x 400 pixels capacitive display.



Codenamed Castle, the handset features a 4GB internal memory, a 2 megapixel fixed focus camera with flash and video capture, A-GPS, POP3, IMAP4 and EAS support (email), contact sync with AT&T Address Book and audio/video playback.

Palm Eos will hit the market with a $349 price tag (pre rebate) and it’ll support Bluetooth 2.1 and USB 2.0 connectivity and use a removable 1150 mAh battery, that provides 4 hours of 3G talk time.  The specs list is completed by messaging features (SMS, MMS, IM), MediaNet and Cellular Video. No info on the phone’s launch date just yet.

[via Engadget]

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