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PalmOne Unveils Treo 650

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Oct 24, 2004, 11:04 PM   by (staff)

PalmOne today officially announced the Treo 650, the successor to the popular Treo 600. New or upgraded features include:

Also, the CDMA version supports high-resolution (QVGA) video capture, while the GSM version includes quad-band world roaming and EDGE high-speed data. The Treo 650 will be available with some U.S. carriers by the end of the year, with wordwide availability in 2005.

more info at PalmOne »
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Oct 25, 2004, 8:49 AM

Bluetooth with Verizon?

Will Verizon cripple the Treo like they crippled the V710? Will the phone support OBEX?

- matthewk
suntigen said:
Will Verizon cripple the Treo like they crippled the V710? Will the phone support OBEX?

- matthewk

Doubtful. The Treo is a full PDA, there's no way they would cripple something that critical on a...

Oct 26, 2004, 8:47 PM

is verizon going to be getting this also???

just curious to know if this phone is going to come out for verizon wireless? cause the system operates on cdma and gsm or is only sprint going to be getting this palm device?

Oct 25, 2004, 10:38 AM

When will the phone be released by ATT?

Anyone have any ideas? Guesses?
pdengler said:
Anyone have any ideas? Guesses?

Probably never. I'd expect a launch from Cingular perhaps during the christmas season.

Oct 25, 2004, 6:55 AM

No MP camara.

I thought it's going to have a 1.3mp camara..what happened palm....???
Justin RS

Oct 25, 2004, 2:04 AM


I love Treos, but its still that dang antenna that makes me hate this phone! lol
This thing is damn nice, everything I ever wanted in the Treo 600!
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