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The Pre smartphone will be refreshed with an updated webOS “within the next few days”, manufacturer Palm has promised.

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A Pré update is due within days

Customers of Telefonica – that’s O2 to you and me – in the UK, Ireland, Germany and Spain will be automatically updated from WebOS 1.1.3 to version 1.3.1 when within range of a Wi-Fi or 3G signal. No action is required on the user’s part, Palm stressed.

Released in North America earlier this month, webOS 1.3.1 adds support for LinkedIn contacts to the Pre, in addition to a Yahoo! calendar and contacts.

The updated OS will also bring “improvements” in e-mail and messaging, such as the ability to forward messages in the Messaging application, Palm added.

Other treats bundled into version 1.3.1 include a Facebook application and “more options for using your Palm Pre in corporate EAS environments”.

Further information about the update process is available online now.

Don’t forget to check out Register Hardware's Palm Pré review. ®

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