These days smartphones continue to get bigger and bigger, with the likes of Apple and Samsung, among others, opting for designs that can barely fit in one hand. If you're looking to free up some pocket space with a smaller device, then you may want to check out the all-new Palm smartphone.

First off, Palm's 3.3-inch 445-ppi LCD screen makes it roughly half the size of the iPhone XS Max and the Samsung Galaxy S9+. The phone runs on Android 8.1, but it can also be paired with both iPhones and Androids, as it is designed to be a complementary gadget to your go-to smartphone. It can, however, do a number of the same things as most phones nowadays, including call and text, and run apps like Google Maps and Uber.

In addition, the Palm smartphone allows you to download and stream music, all while boasting an 8-megapixel front camera and a 12-megapixel rear camera, as well as Bluetooth headphone support.

For now, you can't exactly use the Palm on its own. You have to add it to your current cell phone plan and use the same number, only on Verizon. Priced at $350, you can learn more about the device here.

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