There aren't a lot of features to be talked about when it comes to the Palm Pixi Plus. Running on WebOS means that it has access to extra applications, however, the market for WebOS is relatively small when compared to iOS, Android or even Windows Phone 7, which is very unfortunate. Hopefully the market place of applications will grow stronger as time goes on and with HP's involvement now, maybe some more growth can be stimulated.
The camera is a bit of a disappointment, coming in at 2 megapixels. It's definitely lacking when it comes to pictures, they tend to turn out slightly fuzzy and not as crisp and clear as one would like. The included flash does help in dimly lit areas, but overall the camera itself was rather unimpressive. Having a separate digital camera would be a much better idea when carrying the Palm Pixi Plus.
One of the small updates that this device has over the original Pixi is the inclusion of Wi-Fi. The Pixi Plus can now access wireless networks and utlize them rather than being stuck on Verizon's network. It is a handy update, though one does have to wonder why it was released with the Plus version and not the original. The phone can also act as a wireless hotspot, however, there is an additional cost associated.
Finally, the last feature is Touchstone, a wireless charging device. The unfortunate aspect of Touchstone is that it must be bought separately at a cost of around $80, which is a disappointment. The idea that you can easily just place the Palm Pixi Plus on the Touchstone and watch as it magnetically clings on is great. The fact that it works slightly differently when attached to the Touchstone is also great. However, the fact that it must be purchased separately can be a deal breaker for some and it's unfortunate that it isn't included in the whole package.