Palm Treo Pro Launched Officially
The long-anticipated novelty from Palm has finally seen the light. The new Treo Pro with Windows Mobile will be sold both with contracts and unlocked (!). It supports HSDPA, three UMTS bands, EDGE, GPRS and four GSM bands. Besides, it features built-in GPS, 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR connectivity.
Treo Pro features 320x320 touchscreen, 400MHz Qualcom MSM7201 processor, 128 MB RAM and 256 MB ROM (100 MB available for use), microSDHC slot (cards up to 32GB) and a 2-Mp camera. A hands-free can be connected via a standard 3.5mm jack. The device connects to PC via a microUSB 2.0 port.
The smartphone powers from a replaceable 1500mAh Li-Ion battery, officially estimated to provide 5 hours of talking or 250 hours of standby. The device is sized 114 x 60 x 13.5 mm, weighing about 130 g.
The Treo Pro smartphone comes with an international power charger, microUSB cable and a 3.5mm stereo headset. Other accessories designed exclusively for Treo Pro (sold separately) include a vehicle power charger, leather side case, travel microUSB cable, cradle, extra battery, TTY audio adapter, and replacement styli.
Treo Pro will be available in September in Europe through Vodafone (from free to 399 EUR with contract) and O2 (pricing is available from O2 direct sales and online business stores), and in Australia through Telstra (from free with contract). It will be available in the United States in the fall through the Palm online store as well as select Internet, retail and enterprise resellers for a suggested retail price of 549 USD (the U.S. version is unlocked and unsubsidized).
Additional Treo Pro availability is scheduled to follow worldwide.
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