In the world of high-tech big phones (see p64), the small of hand are left behind. Well, until recently. The Palm (yes, like the old phone company, but no, not made by the old phone company) has a mere 3.3-inch screen, which is smaller than on the original iPhone. Unlike the original iPhone, it has a super-sharp 1280x720 display, an octa-core Qualcomm processor, 3GB of RAM and Android 9.0.
The Palm promises all-day battery life, and has a 12MP rear camera and 8MP front camera, so sounds well-equipped – we’ll have a full review next issue (assuming we can even still use a phone that small) to confirm if it’s any good. The teeny Palm is exclusive to Vodafone, is free from £31 a month, or £350 SIM-free.
T3S AYS: Is this the start of a small phone revolution? We know a load of people who want something more pocket-friendly.