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Palm’s nearing the final stages of European strategy

Article by on Monday, 27 April 2009

palm_pre_on_touchstoneAccording to Pre Central Palm are busy dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s on it’s European and GSM rollout.

They appear to have their act together for a US Sprint launch on May 17th but so far there’s no noise for the GSM variant, and we are oh so impatient, especially as we really are the nation who have pushed the mobile industry into what it is today.

According to Rethink Wireless, Palm’s getting close to nailing things down in Europe:

The handset maker’s VP for EMEA, Paul Ghent, told Mobile Today that the company has “entered the final stages” of deciding its strategy and partners for Europe. “We’re close to a decision on our strategy for EMEA and we’re going through the final validation process at present,” he said. “It’s important we take our time over this and get everything exactly right. The key is identifying where the big opportunities lie for us.”

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