3G Treo Launching in Europe First
Jul 13, 2006, 11:51 AM by (staff)
Palm today announced it will launch a UMTS Treo this year. Palm gave very few details except that it will run Windows Mobile and that it will include the messaging and security feature pack with direct push capability when launched. The new Treo will be available on Vodafone networks throughout Europe before the end of the year. Palm gave no indication when or if the new Treo would be available on other UMTS carriers. Nor did Palm provide any clues as to whether this device would also include GSM or UMTS 850/1900 for a launch in the US. A number of pictures of new Windows Mobile Treos have recently been leaked to a variety of websites, it is not clear whether any of these photos are of the new Vodafone device.
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I wasn't even gonna go in the direction of "Why doesn't [my carrier of choice] have this phone", heck, I don't even LIKE the Treo, and certainly not with Windows mobile - I was making a sardonic co...