According to Engadget, the webOS-powered successor of the Centro will be called the Palm Eos and the cool thing is that we have a lot of information regarding the hardware characteristics of the device. As it was said earlier, the new handset will be quite thinner than its big brother, thePre, measuring at just 10.6 mm/0.42 inches. A touch-sensitive screen is a must-have, of course, and in this case we will have a 2.63-inch capacitive one, with a resolution of 320400 pixels, which isn’t bad at all.
So far so good, but we also might have a surprise for AT&T customers here – the Palm Eos seems to sport the 850/1900 bands. In addition, the specs list given by the source clearly says that “Contact sync with AT&T Address Book” is also present, so it seems AT&T will get this one in the States. Other features include a 2MP camera with a flash, Bluetooth 2.1, A-GPS support, 4 GB of internal storage space and naturally integrated e-mail and IM clients. There is also a possible price for the next webOS handset and it is $349 before rebates. Still, do not make haste to put your money aside, as nothing is certain just yet. We hope to hear more of the Palm Eos soon enough and when we do, you’ll be the first to know!