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About this product
- Product InformationThe Treo Pro smartphone by Palm is thoughtfully designed for people who define their workday the way they see fit. Respond to business and personal email, stay on top of appointments and contacts, and use Wi-Fi or GPS when you're out and about. Then watch a video on YouTube, catch up with news and sports on the web, or listen to a few songs. Treo Pro is perfectly balanced.
- Family LinePalm Treo
- Storage Capacity128MB
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyEDGE,GSM / WCDMA (UMTS),HSDPA
- BandWCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- Camera Resolution2.0MP
- ConnectivityMicro USB,USB 2.0
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD,MicroSDHC
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1500 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 300 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 250 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Display Resolution320 x 320
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Internet BrowserNo
- Height4.5 in.
- Depth0.5 in.
- Width2.4 in.
- Weight4.7 oz
Most relevant reviews
- serendipity*09Jul 04, 2010by
I bought the Palm Treo Pro to replace my BlackBerry for work. In fairness I only bought it because the company I work for requires a Windows Mobile platform. I have been surprised at how much I like this compared to the BlackBerry. The combination of the the Touch Screen and Keyboard are great and I don't miss the BlackBerry Trackball at all. The only drawback is the small screen. If it were just 1/2 inch larger I would rate it Excellent. For all you BlackBerry users Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro allows you to close running programs from the Today Screen. No more battery pulls for me.
- kikanlaJan 23, 2011by
All I can say about the Palm Pro is excellent phone, If you want to just use facebook and listen to music and watch TV or Videos the Iphone is for you. Otherwise this phone is just as productive as any other smartphone other than IPac or blackberry. Pros: Wifi,Windows software is easy,excel,word,powerpoint.compact and fits in small crevices in my purse or pocket without bulking. Internet is fast,organizer is so amazing. Unlocked it's a world phone. Cons: syncing is almost impossible without a major activation plan with some carriers. Unless it's unlocked then all you need a a sim card. Music isn't easily downloadable with Active sync program. But I have an ipod for music. so that isn't a problem for me. Overall this will be the last phone I will ever need for business. I may get Iphone only for itunes if the price goes down which never happens this phone is great for the price. I love it. Read full review
- bugman223Feb 01, 2010by
Good value for a hard-working phone
I got this phone for my wife, and she has decided that she really likes it. It is quite thin and light in comparison to some other smart phones. The battery life is better than some others we have used also. She was already used to the Windows Mobile operating system, with all its oddities, so that wasn't a big deal. We both like some of the practical functionality of the OS despite its shortcomings. The drawbacks others mention is the small keyboard and smallish touch screen. Both could have been engineered a little better (bigger?), but neither is really a problem. The nice thing about this phone is that no one seems to know it exists, which makes the price of ownership quite low. This comes from the factory unlocked to work with any cell provider and we had no problems at all using T-mobile. When it comes down to bang for buck, this model is hard to beat. Read full review
- joelencaboApr 22, 2010by
Palm Treo Pro
I've been a palm user for more than 10 years now. When they started as USR to Palm III to Palm V and Tungsten T3 and then Treo 680 and I've been pretty satisfied with their PDAs and smartphones so far. What I like about the treo pro is that it has some powerful functions and features built-in (touch screen, GPS, WiFi, windows 6.1, PDA functionality, etc.) and yet it's still sleek, slim, small and light that you can carry around and fits in your pocket.
- renaudbJul 05, 2010by
Palm Treo: Lots of (user-unfriendly) features
Having owned a few Palm Pilots, I thought I'd give their phone a try and consolidate my features. My particular model, the Pro Treo, would be better off labeled a micro net book. Everything works OK, but it's too small to be useful as a computer and too complicated to be useful as a cell phone if you're on the go. The touch pad is nice, but if you so much as look at it the wrong way, you've lost your work and jumped to another screen. My carrier is AT&T, but this phone isn't very good at getting an internet signal in any sort of commercial structure. It searches forever, then says my bookmarked pages don't exist. Battery life is decent for a smart phone, but don't expect to get more than a day out of it. I like having access to MS Office programs, but the QWERTY keyboard is small -- both in regular form and on the touchpad. And the old Palm desktop was much simpler to use than the Windows offered on this model. The constant need for pull-down menus is a pain on such a small unit. Overall, this phone doesn't rate better than average. Read full review