Synergy feature enables users to sign in to Facebook, Google, Microsoft Exchange, LinkedIn and Yahoo! accounts
HP has introduced new Pre3 smartphone powered by the company’s webOS that features 3.58-inch touchscreen, 1.4GHz processor and a full slide-out keyboard.
The Pre3’s portrait layout enables optimal readability for email, attachments and web, and the new vertical slide-out keyboard on webOS phone helps ensure comfortable error-free typing.
With the speed of 3G and Wi-Fi, Pre3 provides business-class email and encrypted data storage to protect information and supports VPN to connect to corporate networks.
The new phone comes with the HP’s Synergy feature, which enables users to sign in to Facebook, Google, Microsoft Exchange, LinkedIn and Yahoo! accounts.
In addition, its integrated messaging conveniently combines user’s text messages, picture messages and IM conversations with one person into a single view, and enables users to connect through SMS, MMS, Google Talk, AIM and Yahoo! Messenger.
The Pre3’s web browser offers support for HTML5 features and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 beta for access to Flash-based web content on the phone’s big, vivid display.
The smartphone also allows user to manage multiple open applications and notifications using natural touch gestures, claims the company.
HP has collaborated with Quickoffice to include the Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite, which offers support for viewing Microsoft Office Word and Excel and provides integration with a variety of services, including Google Docs and Box.net.
Further, the Pre3 also supports the HP mobile hotspot, enabling user phone to act as a mobile Wi-Fi router so user can share wireless internet connectivity with up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices, including the new HP TouchPad, notebooks, gaming devices and portable media players.