What happens when you cross the now defunct Palm with their more recent smartphones with the Apple iPhone? I suppose it would be something like what you are looking at above – it somewhat resembles the Palm Pre, although it rings just like an iPhone when there is an incoming call. When that happens, the handset will switch over to the standard webOS interface on AT&T’s network. No idea on whether this is the Pre 2 or part of the Palm family, but the display certainly does not seem to live up to the unicorn-like Pre 3’s requirements. What do you think – is this a prototype device from Palm that somehow did not manage to make it out before the company became irrelevant?

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