The future of webOS 2.0 has been in doubt ever since Palm was acquired by HP earlier this year. Many rumours suggested that HP were only interested in using the Palm OS on its tablets and that it would no longer be used in smartphones.
However, it now seems these rumours have been quashed and we should be seeing new Palm smartphones running webOS 2.0 in the near future.
Two new Palm smartphones have been approved by TUV Rheinland with the models being the P101UNA and P101EWW which are very similar model numbers to the Palm Pre Plus.
Everything would suggest that these two new mobiles are the successor to the Palm Pre and should run on webOS 2.0.
Palm webOS 2.0 has new groundbreaking multi-tasking using stacks, it enables you to go directly to contacts , calender and messages in a similar way to live tiles on Windows Phone 7, adds full HTML5 support and many more internet plugins. Palm webOS 2.0 also adds DropBox and Google doc support to the operating system.
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