Palm Companion Phone with NumberShare




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A Verizon exclusive, Palm revolutionizes the way you connect with the world around you. Ultra-portable and packed with premium features, it goes places your smartphone can't. Clip it to your armband. Slip into a fashionable wallet case. Or show it off with a fancy wristlet. The Palm is small in size but huge on style. And you can unleash Palm's full potential with Verizon, the nation's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network.

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awniscopes - 2 days ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

A year ago I did a month long unplug challenge where I “dumbed down” my phone on nights and weekends. With Palm, I now just toss my big computer phone and run around with this “dumbed down” beautiful, tiny one, and it feels SO GOOD! By “dumbed down” i mean i still have the essentials (Message+, call, googlemaps, Uber, Evernote, Spotify, ClassPass, Venmo, clock, calendar). I moved all other android standard apps to an offscreen folder I don’t touch (including drive, email, productivity anything), and opted NOT to install social media, other media, other messaging, shopping, banking, yelp, etc. etc.. Feels great to still be accessible while substantially reducing my screen time! I’ve been focused more on reading, being present in my relationships, and making room for creative pursuits.

Great device as desgined

DaveS - 1 month ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

This is a great device when used within its limits. What many of the "professional" reviewers miss is that it is not intended to replace your full-size phone. If you stream videos on it or use it for games, etc, yes of course you are going to kill the battery. This is a great small phone which I use for biking as it shares a # with my primary phone, unlike the 2nd phone I got for biking which works but no one knows how to reach me on. And it's so small to take out if you just want to take something small. so for me, it's less expensive than a 2nd phone and is smaller and runs all the android apps I want. I have no issues streaming music from it and tracking my ride. Oh, I did install the gboard keyboard which I like better than the one which comes installed (as that one doesn't have swype, which is helpful on this small device). Camera is only ok but will do in a pinch - needs some software improvements).

Great additional device!

DarthBrad - 6 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

I am really enjoying this Palm phone. It great for when I dont want to carry my iPhone, but still might need to make a phone call or text. My iPhone can be very distracting for me, so in many situations this is perfect so I can stay in the moment. very, very small and fits in my pocket perfectly. The point of me carrying this is not to use it very much, as so the battery life I get out of it has easily exceeded an entire day with very little use. If you have heavy usage the battery will drain very quickly.

Best Companionship!

Smiley - 6 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

I've seen a few not so great reviews, but I truly believe people do not understand the Palm device. It is a tiny device about the size of a Ridge wallet. It runs full Android Oreo. You can install apps available in the Play Store. For the best performance, I would only install apps that are needed and not wanted. The Palm is a companion device and should be used as such. With minimal usage, you will see that the battery lasts for quite some time. I've tested "Life Mode" and my battery did not have to be charge until around day 3 maybe 4. If you own a Palm and notice battery dropping quickly, turn off background data syncing as well as disable any app(s) you do not use. The Palm has face recognition which means you can unlock your Palm with your face and it works great. You can take high quality HDR+ photos upload them to Google Photos and then remove from the Palm device. Text messages sync between your main phone and the Palm by using the Messages+ app. I've seen some say that it doesn't sync well or it takes awhile for it to sync. If you do not have "Life Mode" on the messages sync simultaneously and if "Life Mode" is on the messages will not sync until your screen is on. "Life Mode" shuts off calls and text messages while the Palm screen is off. I've also seen complaints about not being able to connect a smartwatch. To me that's like connecting a smartwatch to a smartwatch. A smartwatch is a companion device to your smartphone. Palm is a companion device to your smartphone. Palm is to be used with great responsibility to keep you from being consumed by your main smartphone. This device is great for the minimalist! The Palm is great to take with you while going to grocery store, to take on a run, to have when you are out having fun, etc. Minimal usage equals better verbal communication with family, friends, and co-workers. I honestly think Palm has a great product and I am anxious to see what more they have in store.

TINY Innovative Companion Device

poplogic - 4 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

I absolutely love my Palm. It fills my needs and use cases perfectly. My reasons for owning and using a Palm: 1. Turn on Life Mode and fully engage with where you are and who you are with. You might say, “Duh, I can put my current phone on Do Not Disturb to do that!”. Well, if you’re going to spend a period of time away from being connected, why not do it with a small device in your pocket instead of a giant one? 2. Quick errand runs. My Palm in the Granite Wallet case along my ID and debit card = Minimalist Perfection. I also own a Samsung Gear S3 Frontier with LTE, but my Palm allows me to message the wife with pictures and video to make sure that I’m bringing the right items home. Try that with a smartwatch. I did, and you can’t. 3. I carry two phones for work; both my work phone and my main personal phone are Samsung Note 8 phones. Being able to carry around my Palm for my personal phone while leaving my Note 8 docked at my desk is so much better. You may read these reasons and the other glowing reviews on this device and just think that it’s all First World talk - and you know what? You’re absolutely right. Palm is a very innovative solution to a very First World problem - the problem of being too connected to tech. In this current era, complete abstinence from being connected is honestly not an option - doubly so for those of us with children and aging parents. Because of this, Palm is very worthy of your consideration as a companion to your phone.


Jwood - 6 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

It really is as small as they say it is. And it’s beautiful, looks a lot like a tiny iPhone X. As a student, I love leaving my iPhone at home when I go to school and just have the Palm with me. I have noticed myself way less distracted by my phone at school with it. Life Mode is also brilliant, helps eliminate the distractions.

*NumberShare allows you to make and receive calls using one shared number across your NumberShare capable Verizon LTE devices. * Terms apply:
For best messaging experience, IPhone users should turn iMessage off on all Apple devices and install VZ messages on your phone.
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