People looking at some script files on the Palm Pre’s operating system (OS) have noticed that the Pixie name showed up, hinting that Pixie would indeed in on Palm’s new OS. It’s not really a shocker to think that Palm would use and re-use the OS that it worked so hard on, but that’s always a relief to know that the seemingly low-priced device will have most of the goodness of its older sibling. If you missed it, the Pixie is supposed to come to AT&T in the US.
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