Palm Announces GSM Version of Centro
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Feb 19, 2008, 9:00 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Feb 19, 2008, 5:27 PM
Today Palm announced that AT&T will begin selling the Palm Centro for $99. This variant of the Centro is a quad-band GSM/EDGE device and can roam between U.S. and European networks. Otherwise the specs of the device are unchanged, but it comes packaged with some AT&T-specific services, such as XM Radio Mobile, Push to Talk and MusicID. It is available in white immediately, and AT&T will be selling a black version in about four weeks. Sprint began selling the CDMA Centro in October.
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I'm finally going to ditch my drawer full of prepaid AT&T and T-Mobile phones.
I wish it were Windows OS, like the European version is.
That and it being 3g. Sprint at least has EVDO.
Worth getting rid of my Treo 680???
Is it worth trading my Treo 680?
Well if size is an issue and you are upgrade eligible then yeah. I still think the 680 is superior phone.
Some how this seems...
A whole lot better than the Sprint version. I mean I don't know a whole lot out the GSM models but you know.. the way they showed the screen. Anyways, what do you think about this?
First, I am no fan...