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UNVEILED: Palm Treo Pro Windows Mobile Smartphone shortly showed its face
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 15.08.08 - 07:46:48 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 16407x
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Not that the Palm Treo Pro is officially announced yet but somehow, a Flash video demonstration briefly appeared on Palm's very own website (it has since been removed). Nevertheless, some screenshots stay and from what it looks, it might be the earlier leaked and so far as Palm Treo 850w aka "Palm Drucker" Windows Mobile Professional smartphone which features Palm's typical QWERTY thumb-keyboard. While the recently launched Palm Treo 800w is working in CDMA networks only, it's expected that the Palm Treo 850w (or Palm Treo Pro as we've learned now) is Palm's Treo 750 follower and therefore works with GSM and UMTS.

While specifications weren't unveiled, it's expected that the Palm Treo Pro follows the trend by running on Windows Mobile 6.1, supporting GSM, UMTS and HSDPA as well as Bluetooth and the first time, for a GSM/UMTS smartphone WiFi. The screenshot indicates that the Treo Pro is a touchscreen device, most likely featuring 320 x 320 pixel.

A release date is still unconfirmed but if Palm is ready with its Flash demo for the web, it shouldn't take too long anymore.

Cheers ~ Arne


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