A German online retailer has posted pictures on its site of several new accessories designed for palmOne handhelds, including some new cases. What’s especially interesting is that included in these images are handhelds not yet released by palmOne.
According to information leaked last week to Palm Infocenter, the Tungsten E will run Palm OS 5.2 on a 144 MHz Texas Instruments OMAP processor. It will have 32MB of RAM. This device will also have a 320-by-320 pixel color screen and a dedicated Graffiti area.
The German retailer’s site also has a Universal Essentials Kit, the image of which includes a handheld that looks like the pictures leaked earlier of what is supposed to be the Tungsten T3.
Supposedly, the Tungsten T3 will use a 320-by-480 pixel screen that supports both portrait and landscape modes. The device reportedly also uses a new button layout and will have more RAM than the T2. Otherwise, it will be quite similar to the current model.
In addition, BLUEHAND.de shows a 1.3 megapixel camera for Palm OS models with an SD slot.
Update: The pictures have been removed from the BLUEHAND.de web site.
Thanks to Luuk Bruins for the tip.