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The best HP phones: We round-up the top HP smartphones that run Palm's WebOS

HP is not well known for producing smartphones, but the company acquired struggling Palm for US$1.2 billion in July 2010, and has since promised a suited of webOS-powered products. The Palm-developed webOS operating system powered the Palm Pre smartphone; a product that sadly never made it to Australian shores. HP aims to join an ever-crowded market with its latest smartphones.

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HP Pre 3

HP's first webOS smartphone, the Pre 3, builds on the foundation of Palm's original Pre devices, but ups the ante with a bigger screen and a faster processor.

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  • 10th Feb., 2011
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • HP
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  • Pros:
  • 3.6in capacitive touchscreen, webOS, slide-out keyboard
  • Cons:
  • No confirmed Australian release, no expendable memory

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