The Palm Pre has been spotted in the wild again, this time seemingly flaunting its ability to access YouTube videos. The smartphone also dallied next to an Apple iPhone 3G, before the photos were pulled down by the Twitter user that posted them, lo-toney.
More photos after the cut
Of course, the inevitable "it's fake"/"it's real" arguments have started, and will likely continue until the Pre's actual launch. Key issues of contention now include the differing focus of the Pre versus the hand and background, plus the fonts in the YouTube app appearing more Sprint than they do Palm.
That could be because the YouTube app is Sprint's own handiwork; the same software is currently loaded on the Palm Treo Pro. Sprint and Palm have already confirmed that, when the Pre launches, several existing Sprint apps will be loaded onto the smartphone.
[via My Pre]