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Talk time 6 hrs talk / 300 standby

Size 4.4"x2.3"x0.9"

Weight 6.3 oz.

Bluetooth Yes

Screen 16-bit 320x320

Availability Available


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Treo 650 by PalmOne

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Get all you need, all in one.

The Treo� 650 smartphone from palmOne makes it easier than ever to stay connected. It simplifies your life by combining a compact mobile phone with email, an organizer, messaging, and web access. There�s also Bluetooth� technology so you can connect wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices. Not to mention an MP3 player, a digital camera that captures video, and a vibrant color screen that brings everything to life � all in a device that�s still small enough to fit in your pocket. Seems like Treo smartphones just keep getting smarter.

Pick up a smarter phone.

The Treo 650 smartphone looks and feels just like a phone, but it�s so much more. Carry thousands of business and personal phone numbers with you, and dial any of them by name from your contacts list. Or enter a name or number on the QWERTY keyboard. There�s even an on-screen dial pad. speakerphone, speed dial, conference calling, call history, and caller ID make managing all your calls that much easier.

Stay connected with email and messaging.

The included VersaMail email client makes it easy to access and manage your email on the go4 � whether you use a popular desktop email client, IMAP or POP3. View photos, HTML, and even native Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint attachments. Synchronize your corporate Microsoft Exchange email and calendar with built-in Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync�. Or, opt to exchange quick thoughts, ideas, and images on the fly � all from a single inbox � with the built-in text and picture messaging application. With your messages threaded in a chat-style view, you�ll be able to see the entire conversation.

Organize your entire world.

With Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Memos and more, the Treo 650 smartphone lets you organize and simplify your business and personal life � all in one place. You can synchronize your calendar and contacts with your computer, so everything�s always up to date. Plus, if you already have a Palm Powered� handheld or smartphone, you can transfer your information with the touch of a button. Best of all, you can expand the functions of your Treo smartphone by adding any of the thousands of applications available for Palm Powered� devices.

Access the Internet.

Access a whole world of websites � without wires. Get driving directions from the road. Check the latest headlines while waiting in line. Or download ringtones, applications and more, directly to your device. Web sites load quickly and the built-in Blazer� web browser even displays frames.

Point. Shoot. Play.

Optimized for multimedia, the Treo 650 does it all. Take and play your favorite tunes by transferring MP3s from your desktop. Or use the built-in digital camera to snap pictures and capture video and create digital photo/video albums to take on the road. Then show off your shots on a bright color screen that brings everything to life � even in sunlight. Better yet, point, shoot and share your moments instantly via email or picture messaging. And, with the MultiMediaCard/SD expansion slot you can add even more pictures and music, plus books, games, memory � you name it.

Connect with Bluetooth� wireless devices.

Talk on your headset or synchronize with your desktop without wires getting in the way. Or, use the Treo 650 hands and wire-free with a Bluetooth car kit. It has Bluetooth wireless technology built-in, so you can connect with a variety of Bluetooth-enabled devices.

See TreoCentral's extensive review for more infomation...

User Opinions
Thumbs Up  65% Thumbs Down 35%

Would you recommend Treo 650 ?

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This device is more like a paperweight
My Treo 650 keeps hanging up and rebooting. Like 8 times a day. I now have a blackberry and I just use it as a paper weight now
by Anonymous

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is good
i am use my
by Anonymous

Thumbs Up

it�s great
it�s the best smartphone
by Anonymous

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a good choice
i do have a treo 650 and it works not just fine but it works great... it's amazing actually! the battery is the best, even if it looks like the battery is empty, i am still able to send messages using the device. Also, the calendar is very useful, it makes me feel that I just cant live without my treo. I also appreciate the tech support people that they have, they speak awesome english even if they arent native speakers at all, they speak much better than some native speakers. Anyway you do have an option for free support by calling your carrier which is the first level of support, so its not a big fuss at all. For me I love my treo 650 and I will definitely recommend it.
by Anonymous

Thumbs Down

its way to heavy i am getting a blackjack now
by Anonymous

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Won't wake up each day
Love the idea of it, But not impressed with the quality of it
by Anonymous

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Constant reboots and hang ups
After fighting the 650 for over a year, I pushed my vendor (sprint) into giving me an upgrade to the Treo 755p for two of my company's devices. Both of the new 755p's constantly reboot. I already had one completely crash within the first 3 months and now the replacement on, which I've only had for 3 days, is rebooting 5 to 6 times per day. I can't believe that Palm/Treo can get away with releasing this product. Many of the people in this column who recomment the Treo are even indicating that they love the interface, so they give it a thumbs up even though they have to deal with constan problems. This doesn't even make sense! Treo needs to fix their problems or they will be pushed out of the market.
by Anonymous

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Constantly rebooting!
No! It's awful, freezes all the time. Now, after rebooting 4 times today, I still can't use the touchscreen-it's simply non-responsive.
by Anonymous

Thumbs Up

solid, clear, usable
I've had the treo 650 for a couple of years now, and apart from a few resets, and a bit of beginners problems with the sync., I'v had NO problems what so ever. Tried HTC's MS Windows phones. Sucks, and the have no PIM-features like the Palms do
by Anonymous

Thumbs Up

I now own a PalmOne Treo 650 and i love the screen! Not only is is big and bright, but it also is touch-responsive. The pictures and videos are also very great. I love to listen to music, so i just pick up my treo and presss play, and the loud, VZW, speaker gives me what i want. I would definatley rcommend the PalmOne Treo 650.
by Anonymous

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