Unfortunately, details are slim at the moment. We don't know the launch date, or exactly how much Palm's touch-screen, 3G, Wi-Fi sliding little gem will cost or what types of plans will be available, but we do know this: The launch partner in Canada is Bell Mobility.
Here's the official page on Bell.ca's site covering the Pre and it's various features.
When the Pre made its debut earlier this year at CES, it was universally hailed as the most exciting announcement of the show. Since then, there have been trickles of details coming out regarding the handset's capailities. So far, we're told it will run Palm's latest OS known as WebOS, it will have an app store similar to iTunes for the iPhone and it will have the capability to understand how a user's various profiles on social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter all work together.