Screenshots of Palms highly anticipated webOS 2.0 have been leaked and published on the Chinese website wibozi.com. The images have not been verified but they do show features that take the OS beyond Stacks and Just Type.
From the screenshots below we can see that there are features for multiple IM account types, Cisco VPN support, Dropbox and Google Docs support, remote files storage with QuickOffice to name just a few.
Other features of the WebOS 2.0 include:
– HTML5 features and enhancements: enhanced canvas support, support for Web storage, geolocation features and application caching.
– Exhibition: An application that launches when a phone is docked with the Palm Touchstone charging dock. Developers can add slide shows, news content, social network updates and more.
– Contacts, calendar and messaging: Developers now have access to Palm Synergy, which allows them to access data such as contacts, calendar and messaging.
– PDK Plug-ins: Developers can now mix Web technologies and C/C++ components in a single app, allowing applications with logic easily ported from other platforms.
More information about the development of the WebOS 2.0 can be found at Palm’s Developer Center
Via Engadget Via WiboziFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Technology News