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Expansion Mini-SD

Antenna Internal

Memory 128 megs, 60 user-storage plus 50mb program memory

Screen 240x240 Touchscreen

Processor Samsung 300MHz

Data Speeds Utilizes 3G UMTS

Availability Available


Treo 750 by Palm, Inc

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The Treo 750 combines the Palm experience of a multifunction mobile phone with email, messaging, web browsing, organization software and a robust application portfolio with Cingular's next-generation 3G network. Its new compact design features an internal antenna, soft-touch finish, and contoured edges to make it comfortable in the hand. The Treo 750 also has a full QWERTY keyboard for easy messaging, a 1.3-megapixel camera, a bright 240x240 touch screen and support for Bluetooth® stereo headsets. The built-in 60MB of user-available storage can be enhanced by using the miniSD slot to add memory cards of up to 2GB, which are great for storing data, photos, music and video.

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User Opinions
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Would you recommend Treo 750 ?

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Good phone
Call quality is excellent and the controls make Windows Mobile much easier to use. It would be nice if there was built-in WiFi but I use a Spectec card for that when needed. Otherwise, no complaints.
by Anonymous

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Love it!
I juz wrote the last one and forgot t say that the battery life isn't the best I'll admit but u can buy a bigger battery for extra life. Also BIG TIP: If ur not using ur internet disconnect it, u'll notice much longer battery life. Close apps ur not using too(Hold down the "OK" button)My Treo has never "crashed" or anything close to that my g/f's acted weird one time but that is and a soft reset is all it took.
by Anonymous

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Love it!
Me and my G/F juz got ride away frm Sprint(for those that don't know Sprint is the devils son, I kno we sell it and At&t @ wrk and I hear endless complaints!) and went w AT&T which gave us much more phone choices. 1st we went w the Blackberrys I got a Curve and her a Pearl. She traded to my Curve in a day cuz of the Pearls keyboard, then we used the curves for a week and hated them! Mine never crashed but hers did lik 50 times and we hated that the damn ball. So we got the 750 cuz I had a 650 along time ago and loved it. I miss the Blackberrys GPS and wish they would've included a GPS in the Treo but the pros far out weigh the cons.
by Anonymous

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Reliable and flexible
Moved from the Verizon Xv6700. The Treo has proven much more reliable and more flexible. Overall easier to use and much better sound quality
by Anonymous

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better than 8310 curve
love it. traded my bb curve which hurts my eyes a lot esp using the gps feature. love the treo 750,it's just BETTER!
by Anonymous

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Best WM6 smartphone to date
Had the stock WM5, and didn't ike the 750 too much. Had to reboot the phone to get the 3G going every now and agan, wouldn't read the memory card to well. When the official WM6 from AT&T came out, and isntalled to my 750. All problems went away. Its faster, does functions without any issues, takes good camera pix and plays MP3. It's far better than my old Cingular 8125.
by Anonymous

Thumbs Down

It Sucks
The phones jams up when going from one program to the other and I loose my notes when I sync, "Now that is my biggest thing is the lose of my notes" this phone fills good in your hand but the software SUCKS!
by Anonymous

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One Day Battery Life Doesn't Cut It
After working with my new 750 Treo, I had hoped that the battery might "condition" itself and give better performance. As a casual user, I find it incredible that this phone's battery will not last through the day!!
by Anonymous

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the flaws don't end
this is the worst pda experience I've ever had. it goes silent for no apparent reason. calls just stop ringing from one minute to the next. the alarm is the same. just because you test it before going to sleep doesn't mean its going to ring in the morning. searching through contacts is painfully slow. type a letter and wait. then type another and wait again. memory maxes out - even after you purchase a mini-SD. I can go on and on. I've had multiple contacts with the help folks but the product is just flawed. bottom line.. I regret this purchase to no end and can't wait to replace this poor excuse of a device.
by Anonymous

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Excellent Size, Power, Useability
Great call quality, great size, great power, great storage space. I miss my old Palm OS Treo 650, but this model, with AT&Ts WM5 and 3G is great.
by Anonymous


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