Palm Treo 800w Review
0. phoneArena 30 Jul 2008, 06:56 posted on
Hoping to continue the success Palm found with the Centro, the Treo 800w is one of the most full-featured smartphones on the market. Running Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, the 800w features the latest in high speed communication with EVDO Rev. A and Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as Bluetooth and GPS. It has slimmed down considerably from previous Treos, but retains a good sized full QWERTY keyboard. It features 256MB of memory, and has microSDHC expansion. The 800w is available on Sprint, and we expect to see it land on Verizon in 2-3 months ...
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1. rbz275 (Posts: 37; Member since: 09 Apr 2008)
FYI, there's a little typo. Windows Mobile is by no means open-source. The source code of the OS is NOT freely available. But you can install any 3rd party application you want (even one that you create), and i assume that's what you meant.
can you access Youtube on this?
4. Mario (unregistered)
I cant believe you didn't list battery life as a separate "con". If you have an exchange server you will not get more than 3 hours out of this thing.
Ok so how can a plus be "Good size and professional looks" and then in the very next column it has listed as a con "It’s still on the big side, and the design language is dated " you really need to make up your mind.
Will the Palm Treo 800 be available through The Verizon Network? How much different is this VS. The Palm Treo Centro