The rest of the specs aren't quite so small, as the Palm Pepito is said to have 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a Snapdragon 435 chipset. Though we are sure that the 3.3-inch display along with the processor is going to draw much less power but even after that, it is hard to see this device lasting for more than half a day or so.More news: Iran denounces Trump's tariffs targeting Turkey
Palm's new smartphone will go against the trend, but the company isn't trying to settle for low-end hardware.
It apparently has a 720p resolution, which at that size could actually be pretty sharp, and it also supposedly has an appropriately-tiny 800mAh battery. The potential for a refreshing and innovative device was certainly there but according to the latest from Android Police, well, you'll probably want to wrangle those expectations a bit.More news: Rowan Atkinson defends Boris Johnson over burka comments
As a brand, Palm hasn't seen the best of the days, but TCL is not giving up on the brand yet. "Pepito" is expected to launch sans a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Android 8.1 will be pre-installed.
While a tiny little Palm won't be on most people's radar for purchase, I'm more interested to see if this is the first of a series of new Palm phones because a Palm Pre style phone running Android would have me reaching for my wallet.More news: How blue light accelerates blindness