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Mystery Palm devices appear in Verizon database, possibly Pre and Eos

by Derek Kessler Fri, 28 Aug 2009 8:08 am EDT

P101VZW P121VZW

PhoneArena.com has six shots of Verizon inventory system screens displaying info on phones Big Red hasn’t yet announced. There’s the BlackBerry Storm 2, the HTC Touch Pro 2, the Samsung Omnia II, and the Convoy U640. But we know you don’t care about those. What’s important to you is that there are two Palm devices listed in this inventory system. Yes, two: the Palm P101VZW and Palm P121VZW. Considering that we know the Sprint Pre to be the P100, it seems reasonable to assume that the P101 is the Pre for Verizon, though we have no clue if the number bump means that the hardware has been changed. And P121? There’s only one other upcoming Palm device that we’ve heard of, and that’s the Eos, presumably the P121 indeed will be the smaller slate-style webOS phone.

Astute readers will note that both screens list in stock quantity as “0” and the sliver of the pricing line in the P101 seems to just be filled with zeros (and no, that does not mean it will be free). But if you wanted any more proof that Palm would find its way back to Verizon wireless, well, you’re going to need the word from CEO Lowell McAdam.

[via: Engadget]