According to Engadget and PhoneNews, Palm is going to release the new QWERTY phone named Eos (aka Mini Pre, aka Pixie, aka Castle)via AT&T and Sprint. The Eos will be the second phone to use Palm’s new webOS (after the Palm Pre). It is a ultra slim phone at just 10.6mm thick.
The Eos will have a touchscreen, a 2 megapixel camera, Bluetoth 2.1, and 4GB internal memory. It supports A-GPS and comes with built-in media player. AT&T’s Eos will support quad-band GSM/HSDPA networks while Sprint’s will work with EVDO Rev. A data.