After a small startup company from San Francisco purchased the rights for ‘Palm’ name from TCL in 2017, the company launched its first smartphone called Palm Phone in 2018.
Since then the company has been mostly silent and hasn’t announced any new product after giving the same phone a minor upgrade.
Now, the company seems to be making a comeback with a new product. The company has teased a new product and its comeback on Twitter.
The tweet carries an image with a background image and text. The image appears to be of true-wireless earbuds and the text says “We’ve been busy”. Along with that it also confirms the announcement date for the true wireless earbuds as October 26.
The post does not reveal much about the upcoming TWS earbuds from the company. However, the company is saying that they’ve ‘something special’ and it is yet to be seen that ‘special’ factor about the Palm earbuds.
What we can speculate is that the earbuds will most likely come with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) along with good battery life and comfortable design giving the idea behind their Palm Phone which was designed to become an ultimate companion for users’ primary smartphone, the space which has been captured by smartwatches.
Another major concern about the Palm’s TWS is that it will face stiff competition from already popular earbuds from brands like Samsung, Apple, Google, Sony and several others.
One more concern will be keeping the price right. There are several good options available at almost every price range but like Nothing did with its first TWS earbuds Ear (1), Palm might also have to make the pricing right to make the product stick to the users’ mind which only time will tell.
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