Palm Treo Pro Confirmed
Palm today released an official video of the new Treo Pro smartphone. Accompanying text describes the phone as featuring "a one-touch Wi-Fi button, GPS, Windows Mobile 6.1 and a high-resolution flush color touch screen." Although it did appear in Palm's official multimedia library for press, the video was not accompanied by a press release. The video confirms rumors that have surfaced recently, as well as a flash presentation that appeared briefly on the company's web site last Thursday. That presentation indicated the Treo Pro would be quad-band GSM with tri-band HSDPA 3.6, in a new 0.55-inch thin form factor.
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Treo please get your game up "PLEASE I"M BEGGING YOU"