Palm Centro tops 2 million in sales

Palm says it has sold 2 million of its popular Centro smart phones. The company says that the Centro--which is available from more than 20 operators including AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Sprint--is helping the device maker make a comeback in the market. Palm is now hoping that its new Treo 800w, which is being offered by Sprint, will get the same stellar reception as the Centro.

Besides hitting the 2 million mark, the Centro also has been rated as one of the top 10 mobile phones by AdMob. According to the mobile advertising firm, the Centro is a solid driver for mobile data usage because of its price point ($99) and its size.

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