I've noticed the Palm Pre 2 will actually have some pretty awesome specs (Despite its screen size). Palm Pre 2 Specs | Technical Specifications | PDAdb.net - Comprehensive Database of Smartphone, PDA, PDA Phone, PNA, netbook & Mobile Device Specifications Datasheet:Views: 2165 views since addition of datasheet (October 20, 2010) Datasheet;State: Preliminary specifications Expected:Release-Date: November, 2010 Predecessor;Model: Palm Pre Plus (Palm Castle C) Dimensions: 59.6 x 100.7 x 16.9 millimetres Mass: 145 grams (battery included) Software-Environment Embedded:Operating:System: HP webOS 2.0 Browse devices running this OS Microprocessor,_Chipset CPU_Clock: 1000 MHz CPU: Texas Instruments OMAP 3630 Browse devices based on this microprocessor Memory,-Storage+capacity RAM+capacity: 512 MiB ROM+capacity: 15.2 GiB (accessible: 14.6 GiB) Display Display;Type: color transflective TFT , 16777216 scales Display:Diagonal: 3.1 " Display+Resolution: 320 x 480 Sound Microphone(s): mono Loudspeaker(s): mono Audio+Output: 3.5mm Cellular;Phone Cellular_Networks: CDMA800, CDMA1900 Cellular:Data+Links: cdmaOne, CDMA2000 1xRTT, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rel. 0, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A Call:Alert: 64 -chord melody Vibrating:Alert: Supported Speakerphone_: Supported Control;Peripherals Positioning+Device: Multi-touch screen Primary_Keyboard: Slide-out QWERTY-type keyboard Directional+Pad: 5 -way Scroll;Wheel: Not supported Interfaces Expansion;Slots: Not supported USB: USB 2.0 client, 480Mbit/s micro-USB Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR Wireless+LAN: 802.11b, 802.11g Infrared-Gate: Not supported Multimedia;Telecommunication Analog-Radio+Receiver: Not supported Digital+Media_Broadcast+Tuner: Not supported Satellite-Navigation Built-in;GPS-module: Supported Complementary-GPS:Services: Assisted GPS, Geotagging Built-in;Digital_Camera Main;Camera: 4.9 MP Optical;Zoom: 1 x Built-in_Flash: mobile light (LED) Additional-Details Built-in:accelerometer: Supported Battery: removable Nice to know its coming out on some pretty decent hardware for once. I honestly hope it comes up and competes against Android better, only because competition in the realm will only make us (the end user) have a much better device and experience. Too bad their screen size is staying so small.