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Palm Announces New Treo 755P for Sprint Customers

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treo755pic Palm Announces New Treo 755P for Sprint Customers

Palm has announced the release of the Treo 755 available to Sprint customers. The phone which would eventually replace the 700p has been redesigned to a smaller form factor as which includes the removal of the attenna. The design on this phone is pretty much like Cingular’s 750 smartphone, but uses EVDO instead. The phone is approximately 2.3" W x 4.4" L x 0.84" D, weighing in at 5.64 ounces, which makes it .06 inches thinner and close to an ounce lighter than its predecessor, the 700p (2.3" W x 4.4" H (excluding antenna) x 0.9" D, 6.4 ounces).

The phone is currently available from Sprint for $279.99 after a 2 year subscription with the wireless provider.

Description from website below.


The Palm® Treo™ 755P smartphone delivers everything you need in one go-anywhere, Palm OS® device. It combines a smarter phone with wireless email2, a built-in web browser2, and rich media capabilities�all at blazing, broadband-like speeds.

Be productive even away from your desk. Work on important files with built-in support for native Microsoft® Word, Excel®, and PowerPoint®4 plus PDF documents. A full QWERTY keyboard and color touchscreen make composing email and surfing the web easy.

Download some of the thousands of Palm OS® applications available. Or, relax and play your favorite music and videos right on your device. With this user friendly solution in hand, you’ll stay connected and productive on your terms.

Treo 755P Brochure (PDF 261K)
Experience Treo 755P (FLASH 3.6MB)

Source: Palm Website

 

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Originally posted May 16, 2007

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