Palm Treo 755p - Midnight Blue (Sprint) Smartphone
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About this product
- Product InformationReleased to replace the older Treo 700p, the Palm Treo 755p is a Sprint smartphone with a midnight blue shell. It boasts a slimmer design and other collection of upgrades to enhance its overall performance. This smartphone has a compact design and it is equipped with a 1.3 MP camera, integrated Bluetooth, and EV-DO support. It also supports applications, such as direct push technology, an instant messaging app, and Google Maps for Mobile. Even though it lacks an integrated Wi-Fi, it is still a handy smartphone with rich features for daily use. It features a soft touch finish to deliver on the productivity front.
- Family LinePalm Treo
- Storage Capacity128MB
- ColorMidnight Blue
- Network TechnologyCDMA2000 1X
- BandCDMA2000 1X 1900/800
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMiniSD
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1600 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 252 min
- Battery Recharge Time3.5 hr
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 240 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Display Resolution320 x 320 pixels
- Color Depth16-bit (65000 colors)
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height4.45 in.
- Depth0.83 in.
- Width2.32 in.
- Weight5.64 oz
Most relevant reviews
- joinersedgeNov 04, 2015by
Treo is basic but tough, reliable classic
I'm in construction. I've owned a dozen Treo 755p devices over as many years and continue to use one for my job site workday needs even though I own modern high-end smartphones as well. The 755 fits in the thigh pocket of my carpenter jeans. The battery lasts days, not hours; if damaged or lost, it can be replaced for $25 on Ebay; it has a physical keyboard, which by now I can play like a musical instrument; its 70 item innate speed-dial is faster than auto-type for reaching the bulk of my subs, suppliers, and current project work contacts; I also have a fantastic 3rd party time-tracking program, Times for Palm, that runs like a sportscar and has proven absolutely bulletproof and capable of total customization. If you don' t want to entertain yourself at work and need good phone and basic email functionality without websurfing, Treo 755p is a tough one to beat.Read full review
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- petercivardiJan 19, 2010by
Palm Treo 755P
The 755P is a heavy-duty phone/PDA with a superior keyboard. It works very well when used to write emails, send and receive text messages, and as a phone (no small thing when compared to the IPhone!). I am a power Outlook 2003 user, and this device allows me to keep my Calendar function (with extensive notes) and Contacts (including numerous sub directories) on the device itself indefinitely. Lots of memory. It won't fill to capacity no matter how many entries you make, as long as you use a memory card for picture and program storage. Only major shortfalls are no GPS and the limited availability of good extra programs written for this phone and its Palm operating system. The CallBlock 2.0 software, available for about $10, is fantastic for screening phone pests you would prefer to avoid.Read full review
- fgrealtors2012Dec 06, 2012by
Palm Treo 755p is a superior phone that should be revisited.
I've been a Palm TREO fan for many, many years and 755p user since it first came out. I love the Querty keyboard for texting and the Palm Treo's Contact program is far superior for use in my real estate business than any associated with the newer phones--be it iPhone, Galaxy III, Google Nexus or any of the other popular models. None can match the categorization and sub-categorization of data like the Palm contact program, allowing you to find an entry even if you've forgotten the person's name. It's sad Palm sold out to HP...and even sadder that HP hasn't recognized this product's true value, capitalized on Palm's good features, and improved its weaknesses with a serious update.
- geotech757Aug 10, 2012by
The infamous Palm Treo 755P still shines on.
I purchased this as an interface to my Garmin X10 (to control settings in the GPS software) and as a backup GPS and emergency phone for the glove box. This unit had a few scuffs on it from normal use but it was in excellent condition overall. I was totally surprised to find that the battery was in perfect working order and held a charge quite well. I gave away my old 755 to a friend not realizing just what I had. If you’re planning to use it as a phone I can say with confidence that the reception on this phone is exceptional (Compared to a Palm Pre, 3G iphone, Samsung Moment, and a Samsung 4G Epic). I archived all my favorite apps onto an old 650 back in the day, so I don’t know what apps are available for the Treo these days. Extremely satisfied with this purchase. The Easter egg is that the Garmin Mobile software can be interfaced with the Epic to contact the Garmin web site for gas prices and Traffic (requires Bluetooth tethering).Read full review
- copperjetNov 20, 2011by
This workhorse smartphone is a great value for the budget-conscious buyer.
This Palm Treo (755p - Sprint) is a workhorse. Recently bought a used one as a replacement for my original which was 4 yrs old when I landed on it during a fall.
-Love the full QWERTY keyboard.
-Good set of apps that come with it. Includes an easy to use calendar and contacts, & email - set up for business use.
-Audible reader and eReader apps available.
-Google Maps with traffic. Listen to mp3 music in stereo using PTunes or with an older version of Kinoma, listen to podcasts.
-You can still find games that will work. IM & Facebook, too.
-Camera & Video is decent. Great battery.
Much better Palm smartphone than the later Centro series (smaller screen). I am able to use it with my old Sprint service without having to upgrade to the new 79.99 per mo. contract.
-Blazer internet browser is slow and klunky.
-No app store.
-No Palm support any longer. (HP has a few FAQs and downloads)Read full review