But Palm's Centro is designed to a price -- it was made to bring thrifty users a smartphone experience they can actually afford. As long as AT&T keeps its data prices at a reasonable level the Centro brand will continue to thrive.
Gary Krakow is TheStreet.com's senior technology correspondent.

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