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Palm Treo 750

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Palm Treo 750v Reviewed

SlashPhone
19 December 2012
  • Excerpt: Palm – and Treo lovers – are hoping the 750v is the holy grail of smartphones. UMTS 3G, push-email support, a 1.3-megapixel camera… this Treo ticks all the boxes, but will it leave us wanting?
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COMPARISON: How does the Palm Treo 750v compares to its competitors

theunwired
14 March 2011
  • Excerpt: As good as the Palm Treo 750v might be, it's neither alone nor is it the first of its kind. We have the HTC Hermes (also known as O2 Xda trion/T-Mobile MDA Vario II) in the market already, which is also sporting UMTS and even supports HSDPA out of the box without a ROM update but also featuring a 2 megapixel camera on the back and a front-facing camera for video telephony. And, the Hermes is featuring W-LAN, something the Treo 750v left.
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Palm Treo 750 Review

Softpedia
30 November 2008
  • Excerpt: Better known for its Palm operating system devices, the Palm Inc. company surprised the world in 2005, announcing the development of a new range of smartphones that will feature Windows Mobile operating systems. The first Palm smartphone to feature Windows Mobile was launched in cooperation with Verizon operator and was called Palm Treo 700w. Although the device was only available in the US for Verizon customers, it made quite an impression and made Palm Inc.
  • Pros: By far one of the best functionality met in a Pocket PC combined with a good mix of connectivity techs are among the strong points of the device. Low learning curve in mastering its use will attract more consumers rather than its design.
  • Cons: Pity that such a flexible device lacks the multimedia part. The low quality camera and display are also two aspects that can't pass unnoticed. Fortunately, Palm "updates" its Treo series pretty frequently so we should stay tuned for a better version soon., Sales package, Palm Treo 750 smartphone, 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery, Stylus, Charger, Charger adapters, Pop-port USB cable, Palm stereo wired headsets, User guide
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Overall 8
8.0

Palm Treo 750

Tech2
21 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Palm surprised us when it announced the Treo 750 with Windows Pocket Mobile 5, instead of its own own Palm OS. Some will say this is calculated to bring in improvements in interactivity, while others (including me) think it would have made more sense for Palm to spruce up its existing OS. Still, there's a lot the Treo 750 offers that makes it truly unique. Let’s start with the compact design that the folks at Palm were really aggressive about.
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Overall 7
7.0

Palm Treo 750

PC Magazine
12 June 2008
  • Conclusion: The Treo 750 makes great phone calls, but it looks a bit dull and plump compared with its smartphone competition.
  • Pros: Excellent call quality. Easy to use for a Windows Mobile handheld.
  • Cons: Low-res, cramped screen. Expensive and chubby for its feature set.
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Palm Treo 750 Smartphone

Game Boyz
19 June 2007
  • Excerpt: Walk through any airport, subway station or office building today and you will see hoards of business people with smartphones glued to their ears. Smartphone’s are marketed mainly to the business world, after all they are quite the powerful and expensive little units. Some of these units exhibit more horsepower then some of my old PC’s for goodness sake.Anyhow, sorry I digressed.
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Overall 6
6.0

Palm Treo 750 Review

Digitaltrends
20 March 2007
  • Conclusion: There’s no denying the wealth of technology kneaded into this phone. But its capabilities run in direct disproportion to its functionality, and its current price is a mystery when similarly-spec’d phones such as the already HSDPA-equipped, Cingular video capable Samsung Blackjack are nearly half the 750’s price.
  • Pros: Quad-band world compatibility; MS Direct &MS Enterprise/POP3 push email; 1.3 MP digital camera
  • Cons: Complicated operation; tightly packed keyboard; no jog wheel; no WiFi
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Overall 9
9.0

Palm Treo 750

MobileTechReview.com
17 January 2007
  • Conclusion: No, it's not an earth-shattering Treo, but it's by no means a re-warmed Treo 700wx either. The Treo 750 offers very good performance with a new CPU, an improved camera, enhanced video playback, a more solid Bluetooth implementation in a lighter, slimmer, antenna-less casing. And best of all for Cingular customers, a Windows Mobile Treo is finally available for GSM! While we found some Treo models too quiet (i.e.
  • Pros: Snappy performance, 3G (though we'll have to wait for the official upgrade from UMTS to the even faster HSDPA flavor of 3G), excellent usability, great form factor and ever-ready keyboard. We like the new anti-slip surface coating and the lack of an external antenna. Bluetooth is solid and the camera takes decent photos as well as video at 30fps. Kudos to Palm for including MS Voice Command with enhancements to support Bluetooth headsets.
  • Cons: The smaller battery means shorter battery life-- though our Treo 750 outlasts our BlackJack, it doesn't last as long as the Cingular 8525. No WiFi built-in, so you'll need to buy a miniSD WiFi card if you're in need. Though for us, 3G is much more important than WiFi and we find ourselves rarely using WiFi on our 8525. The 240 x 240 resolution display means you'll see a bit less on screen and while most applications support that resolution, you'll find games that don'...
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Palm Treo 750v Windows smartphone

Techworld
6 November 2006
  • Summary: This is a very usable phone, that should do well for Palm. It makes a good showing of Microsoft's push email, and handles texts well, so could be a good option for the really connected.
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Recensione del Palm Treo 750v

mobileblog.it
12 October 2006
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