More Palm Pre-goodies come to us today by way of the WebOS’s MOJO SDK. The good folks over at WeOS Blog have uncovered new WebOS screens that show us what happens when you put the Palm Pre into Airplane Mode, pull up the call screen, charge the Palm Pre and even gives us proof that you can crash the WebOS all Windows BOD-style.
When in Airplane Mode, the WebOS replaces your carrier logo with “Airplane Mode” and replaces the signal strength indicator with a little airplane logo (like the iPhone). The Call Screen is fairly straight forward, and proves that Palm spent a good deal of effort in making sure their UI is finger-friendly and intuitive. When
charging, the WebOS displays a little charging notification in the notification dock area of the homescreen. And, lastly, we have proof that the Linux-based WebOS can crash just like its desktop-based counterparts.
What happens when you push the Linux kernel past its breaking point? Kernal Panic, that’s what. It’s not clear how robust the WebOS will prove to be, but here’s to hoping that we never see our Palm Pre throwing a Kernel Panic screen at us!
Yep, since Palm’s still all hush-hush on the Palm Pre, this is what passes for Pre-news today.