Palm Treo Pro Unlocked Phone with 2 MP Camera, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, and MicroSD--U.S. Version with Warranty (Black)
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- Quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies
- Sreamlined smartphone with Windows Mobile 6.1 for access to push email, full QWERTY keyboard, large color touchscreen
- Wi-Fi connectivity (802.11b/g), GPS for turn-by-turn navigation, 2-megapixel camera/camcorder, Bluetooth for handsfree communication and stereo music streaming
- Up to 5 hours of talk time, up to 250 hours (10+ days) of standby time
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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|Camera Description||—||13 MP||8 MP||0.3 MP|
|Screen Size||2.5 in||4.5 in||3.5 in||2.4 in|
|Item Dimensions||3 x 6 x 3.3 in||3.56 x 0.37 x 5.04 in||5.16 x 0.4 x 2.85 in||4.76 x 1.9 x 0.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||6.9 ounces||6.24 ounces||1 lb|
|Operating System||windows_mobile||BlackBerry 10||BlackBerry 10.3.1||Android|
Some meetings take place in boardrooms. Others happen in parks or cafés. That's why there's the new Treo Pro smartphone by Palm, thoughtfully designed for people who define their workday the way they see fit. You can respond to business and personal email, stay on top of appointments and contacts, and use Wi-Fi or GPS when you're out and about. Even better, the full keyboard and large color touchscreen make the Treo Pro simply effortless to use. Speaking of uncomplicated, you'll love the design. It is thin and elegant, but still packs plenty of battery power for a life on the go. The Treo Pro. Perfectly balanced.
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I initially bought an iPhone but gave it to my wife due to 1. Poor phone functionality 2. Crippled sms (message forwarding, MMS, file attachment; Apple?) , crippled Bluetooth and lack of a hard keyboard.
I was initially wary of buying a windows mobile device due to prior poor experience with pocket pc software. I have been pleasantly surprised by this device.
1. Speed-very fast overall, the only slowdowns I experience is with notes for some reason. I've accumulated 100's of them over the yrs but this is no excuse as my 7 yr old palm could speed through them
2. Call quality is crystal clear much better than the iPhone's in my area.
3. Bluetooth-this phone is compatible with Audi's car kit and the voice quality is stellar. Palm's site states it does not download contacts to the car but it did download some of them in my case. All the BT protocols of a 21st century device are supported unlike the iPhone's 20th century implementation.
4. "Proper" GPs-not that iphone wannabe gps. Quick signal locks and 1 month free trial of TeleNav turn-by-turn is nice. I've heard TomTom's software works pretty well with this device.
5.Battery life is so so, with email downloading in the background it will last about 2 business days. With a lot of websurfing it will barely last the day. I would say it's better than the iphone, not by much though.
6. Touchscreen-finger friendly, I only use my stylus to write ink notes or use Epocrates.
WM 6.1 although it looks ugly compared to the iPhone OS, is a true multitasking OS, actually feels like a portable computer. I can wait for a satellite lock loading, go to another program and return back to the GPS as it finishes.
7. Form factor- love the size, overall dimensions are nice and its quite thin, great job on the design. Keyboard key material is fine for me a Treo newbie.
Overall this phone is a keeper, the combination of hard keyboard and touchscreen is great, while the addition of some apps (SPB, skyfire, kinomaplay to name a few) make it a truly superb device.
Normally, you have to tap and hold for the context menu of a highlighted item. And if you have an extra program, such as Spb Pocket Plus, you may be able to set a hardware button to do this for you, something handy I've done in the past. But the Treo Pro allows you to press and hold the Palm button (the center select button of the 5-way navigation button), and the context menu comes up. And, even though I relied upon Spb for the Close button, it's nice to see this device (and other HTC devices now) have the Close button option embedded. Another example is you can optionally respond to Ignored calls with an automated text message, something that Spb Phone Suite has if you buy it and install it, but the device comes with this feature preloaded. And there are a few others.
Yes, there are a few drawbacks, such as the glossy appearance easily getting fingerprints, and the odd fact that there is no real device-off status apart from removing the battery. The Power button turns the screen off with one press, and turns the phone on or off of flight mode when pressing and holding. To access the Reset button, you have to remove the stylus, and it is accessible right where the head of the stylus rests, WITHOUT having to remove the back battery panel (unlike some have said is necessary to access it).
As for the screen, some say it is a little washed out, like too whitish. But two things...first, this has decent battery life even if you turn the screen to full brightness (I have push email and two other email accounts checking email all day, along with text, light Internet browsing, and some phone calling), which makes me have to charge it every night, but I'm used to that. So full brightness is a good option. But MOREOVER, the screen is of a technology such that in the glaring sunlight, it has a special effect where you can read everything still! That is a major plus that I will take any day. And speaking of the screen, some don't like it being flush with the rest of the device, but I like that it is that newer type of screen that is more resilient and scratch resistant, and it is just as touch sensitive as the previous types of touch screens.
As far as batteries go, I have an extended life battery (there are 2 types out there I know of), and I can go 2 days on a single charge. (The battery I got has the same gloss and matching appearance, but there's another with a non-gloss battery door...I just wanted my door to match the rest of the phone). Yes, extended batteries make the phone more bulky, so get it if you don't mind that. I personally like the phone a little bigger. It makes it feel more firm and solid to me.
Every once in a while, a few of the main function buttons will not work on a Bluetooth phone call, but this has only happened twice to me. Again, I know most handheld devices are a little quirky, so I'll take this any day to the other quirky WM devices I've had with features not quite as good as this one.
Hope this review helps...
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