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Palm Pepito: the smallest smartphone I've ever seen

It’s absolutely adorable. Big things certainly do come in small packages, if this little 3.3-inch Palm phone has anything to say about it. Whether as a second mobile phone or as your main device, it's worth taking a look at the IP68 certified Android Phone.

Look at that size: 96.6 × 50.6 × 7.4 mm. Even though it's so small, it can still attract a lot of attention. Please be honest everyone: who still remembers Palm? Hands up, who even had a Palm?

Palm was one of the first companies to bless us consumers with glorious mobile devices. Palm changed the mobile game when they introduced the popular PalmPilot in 1996, ushering in the age of mobile phones. Today, a new team has been assembled to honour on Palm's heritage and recapture the glory days. The original PalmPilot made your computer more mobile. Now the new Palm smartphones are taking steps in a new direction. At their side, as always, is Stephen Curry.

  • Palm (3.30", 32GB, 12MP, Titanium Black)
  • Palm (3.30", 32GB, 12MP, Titanium Black)
  • Palm (3.30", 32GB, 12MP, Titanium Black)
CHF 449.–
Palm Palm (3.30", 32GB, 12MP, Titanium Black)
Palm is a super small smartphone designed to help you focus on what's really important in life.


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Key facts at a glance

  • 3.3" LCD display (1280 × 720 pixels)
  • Snapdragon 435 processor
  • 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB
  • 800 mAh battery, charge to 50% in 31 minutes
  • IP68 certified
  • 12 MP main camera with flash
  • 8 MP front camera
  • 62.5 grams

The first time I held the Palm Pepito. It fits perfectly in the palm of my hand. And although I almost always only use smartphones that are at least 6", I could type and take photos amazingly well.

Farewell old phone - trade-in or resell?

If you’ve decided to relieve your old smartphone of its duties, then you have two options. Door No.1 is our resale platform that you can use with devices purchased on Digitec Galaxus. Go to your user profile and click on «sell products». Put your smartphone up for purchase for other users to see in just a few steps. Find a detailed explanation here.

If you want to sell your device on a recommerce site, you can choose for example. Click on your device and add details on its condition. Then you'll see a buyback offer. Shipping is free on

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Andrea Jacob, Zurich

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My head is crammed with ideas. And I add a new one every minute. I enjoy discussions and forming my own opinions. I love gadgets and anything that has a motor. I’m definitely in the right place.


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User Anonymous

Preis. Wäre der Preis bei 199-249 oder gar 299 hätte ich zugeschlagen.

User Maxrim

Der ist ja sooo geil. Würde ich wirklich kaufen, aber viel zu teuer.

User HappyCPU :)

Uniherz Jelly
Ist nur 2.45"
Aber die Batterielaufzeit war schrecklich

User plusquam_ch

mein jelly hält 1.5 tage .. man muss nur ein wenig in den einstellungen rumfummeln ;-)
und es gibt einen nachfolger: das atom!

User xmxmx

450 stutz. lol.

User ursdaniel

Da sagen alle die neuen iphones sind zu geuer,aber das mini phone ..
Wenn es so 99.- kosten würde ok,aber viel zu teuer

User Anonymous

"Palm Pepito: Das kleinste Smartphone das ich je gesehen habe"

User siliexes

Etwas besserer Prozzi, und nicht ganz so klein 4-5" mit mordernem ~18:9 fehlt dem Volk. Leider

Sony war da nicht ganz fehl am Platz mit dem XZ2Comp. Jedoch zu wuchtig...

Interessant ist der Palm, ja. Für <200.- würde ich einen kaufen, 150.- für das Gerät und 50.- als goodie weil Jemand sich getraut sowas zu entwickeln! Aber dieser Preis... Wow!

User JonuzMusliu98


User Marfe

Jetzt muss nur noch der Preis kleiner werden.

User sgein

beaucoup trop cher.... max 250.-

User AlexK44

Lässt sich denn trotz der geringen Größe einigermassen gut darauf tippen? Suche ein sehr kleines Smartphone, habe aber sehr große Hände leider...

User netmonster

Sympa mais bien trop cher

User Anonymous

Die Grösse ist genial. Endlich mal wieder ein Smartphone, wo in den Hosensack passt ohne rauszulampen. Nur leider kein Dual-SIM. Und halt Android.

Was passieren kann, wenn man auf Android setzt, sieht man ja grade bei Huawei. Und die Google-Datenkrake will man ja eigentlich sowie nicht. Insofern allerhöchstens als Spielzeug oder Zweithändi tauglich. Und dafür isch's dann doch wieder z' teuer.

Wäre es Dual-SIM und würde SailfishOS drauf laufen, dann hätt' ich's wahrscheinlich direkt bestellt. So muss ich halt weiterhin mit 'nem riesigen 5.2" Sony Xperia XA2 Vorlieb nehmen, das nur mit Ach und Krach zusätzlich zum Portemonnaie noch in den Hosensack passt. Denn leider gab's kein "Compact" aus der XA2-Serie.

User plusquam_ch


User marius.balan

It seems like a wrong answer to a question no one asked...

User plusquam_ch

a smaler smartphone with dual-sim. a hint, not an answer ;-)

User Reiverblade

meh name ... shit price .... low key spec... not fitting of the Brand name and fame

the only thing that is, indeed, interesting is the size (although i would find it unpractical in the end ... 6.18" is not that big ... )

yup definitively the product of the year ...