Video Tour: Treo 755p
May 8, 2007, 11:01 PM by Eric Lin
Palm has dropped the antenna from its CDMA Palm smartphone - and sped things up a bit too.
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Palm has just announced a new version of the Palm OS Treo for CDMA networks. While we work up an in-depth review of it, we thought we'd give you a peak at what it has to offer. From the outside it looks like the Treo 750, except that the navigation keys are different since the 755p runs Palm instead of Windows Mobile. But on the inside, it's like a Treo 700p, only faster. You can watch the preview here:
or you can visit YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
Our in-depth review of the Treo 755p, which updates the CDMA Palm OS device with modern styling.
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Nice Treo 650 Review
In comparison to the Treo 700p...
Is the screen brighter/whiter?
Is the speaker louder/less distorted when playing ringtones or using the speaker phone?
Does it handle MIDI files with elegance?
Are the system fonts different or more anti-aliased?
Is the speaker-phone full or half-duplex?
Is there improved handling of the "push enterprise messaging?"
How does the smaller SD-Mini card fare compared to the full 4GB SD Card?
How does the Calendar look in place of the phone dialer on the home screen?
Is it Palm OS 5.4.2 or a greater version?
How fast does it recover from a soft reset?
Is the rese...
Start over and do real review.
gosh I'm really sorry
Problem with 700w