Windows Mobile-based Palm Treo Pro Surfaces Online, Looks Cool

By 09:54 Thu, 08 Jul 2021 Comments

As it seems Palm have a really nice looking Windows Mobile PocketPersonal Computer (PC) in store for all Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) users.

The recent Palm Treo Pro (previously rumored as Treo 850) appeared online in several screenshots grabbed from some sort of presentation slides.

Unfortunately, the slides don't reveal much about the technical specs of the Palm Treo Pro, however it's clear that the device will support GSM, there will be quick HSDPA data transfers and the whole thing is running on Windows Mobile Pro instead on Palm OS.

Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) is on board, as well as a microSD memory card slot. An infrared port is also present - a technology we thought to be long gone before Nokia released their latest Nokia E71 and Nokia E66. Next Bluetooth, 3.5mm standard audio jack and a microUniversal Serial Bus (USB) port complete the tally. There's also a capturing camera lens on the back - but we don't know any details.

One thing's for sure, the Palm Treo Pro seems like quite a looker (although not that slim) and we are already anxious to see it live (or at least shot live).

The Palm Treo Pro looks NOT sexy

Update: Live photos leaked later today and we were finally able to see the Palm Treo Pro live. The device doesn't see that fine anymore so we guess we'll just have to hold our words back.

The Palm Treo Pro

Additionally, some of the other specs of this thing surfaced along with the live photos, and here are the recent details:

  • 400Mhz CPU

  • 256Mega Bytes (MB) ROM, 128Mega Bytes (MB) RAM!

  • 320 x 320 pixel screen

  • Built-in GPS

  • Quad-band GSM, tri-band HSDPA

  • 2 Megapixel camera

  • 1500mAh battery

The Palm Treo Pro

Source: WMExperts



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