It appears that the mysterious second Palm webOS device mentioned only hours ago has now been outed. Engadget has landed details about a device called Palm Eos (codename Castle during development). It looks set to succeed the Palm Centro.
Assuming this all turns out to be true, the Palm Eos will come with quad-band GSM/HSDPA connectivity (including the 850/1900MHz bands used by AT&T and Rogers), a 2.63-inch HVGA display, a QWERTY thumb keyboard, 4GB of storage, A-GPS, Bluetooth 2.1 (A2DP and EDR), a 2MP camera with fixed focus, and a 1150mAh battery. The leaked specifications do not mention Wi-Fi or the presence of an SD card slot. It will measure 55 by 111 millimeters, will only be 10.6 millimeters thick, and will weigh 100 grams.
The Palm Eos could sell for US$349 (without subsidies or rebates). According to previous rumours, the Eos could be available by the end of the year.