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Three New Treos Coming Next Year

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Dec 22, 2005, 2:59 PM   by (staff)

Palm CEO Ed Colligan this week confirmed more Treos are coming from Palm next year. In addition to the Treo 700w, which is expected next month at Verizon, Palm will launch three additional models in 2006. Although Colligan or anyone else at Palm has not revealed what these other devices are, consensus among Palm experts and analysts point to a Palm OS Treo 700 and two other devices code named Hollywood and Lowrider.

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Dec 22, 2005, 3:43 PM


I hope that these new Treo models provide more stability than the current Treo 650 GSM model--periodic crashes, screen freezes, etc. Palm and Cingular know it's a problem, but Palm refuses to recall it. Instead they just keep making useless updates that don't fix the problem. It is the most unstable product that I have ever used next to Windows Mobile 3 smartphones.

The Treo is a great product when it works as it should, but it doesn't more often than not. Hopefully, the email with BlackBerry Connect will be better than the Versa Mail, as well as better handset volume without having to purchase third party applications. Faster key response would be a plus as well.
Palm pretty much said they're done with Palm OS. THey spun off their software division(palm source) and only have a contract with themuntill 2007 to deveop Palm OS. So after then unless they renew, no more palm OS

Dec 22, 2005, 3:28 PM

Other 700's

Can the first 700w come out before they start talking about all the others please.

Why must they make waiting so difficult? 😡
Why does the 700w have windows mobile and not PocketPC?

Dec 22, 2005, 3:19 PM


I thought that is the code name for someone else releasing the Moto e815???
yeah. amp'd mobile
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