https://www.palm.com/product "We want to bring people out of their tech and into their lives." This looks seriously cool to me. It's an ultra small, credit card sized phone that syncs up with your main smartphone (screen size is about 3.3"). The software is designed to only sync up essential connectivity services (phone, messages, maps) so that you can focus on the life in front of you, not the life in your pocket. To go one step further, there's also a "Life Mode" toggle that switches off all incoming notifications (incoming calls, texts, etc.) if the screen is off. I very much like this concept. For a while now I've thought about owning a dumb phone that has an ultra long battery life but is only capable of text messaging and phone calls (optionally, perhaps some maps and ride-hailing apps so that it's easier to get around). I think Palm have made their phone more capable than I would personally like considering it has the Google Assistant and the Play Store built in (also I'll never use an Android device with the Google services/APKs built in). Another downside is that the battery life only lasts 8 hours when Life Mode is off ("all day battery" with Life Mode on) so this thing is still gonna have you racing for a charger all the time. So ultimately, I think this is more of a small smartphone rather than a credit-card sized evolution of the dumb-phone (on a technical/practical level).