Summary: All in all, it does what it's supposed to, but it has to be recharged every night, and even then will not always last the next day. Part of this might be due to the fact that we are in a low signal area, and the battery is being stressed trying to get a signal.
Summary: The phone had a lot of potential. I really loved my treo 680 and was hoping this would be a new and inproved verison of the phone i loved...but its only a shadow of that phone. It reset a lot when I 1st got it, and that can be solved with a memory card, but it lost a lot of the features that the 680...
Summary: I've had my Pro now since June of 2009 (it's now March 2010). In the short while, I've already had to replace 2 styli and the battery. I've owned one other Palm before this one, the 700wx. What attracted me was the stylus operated touchscreen, or finger, I use both in different scenarios.
Summary: I bought the Treo Pro because I wanted an unlocked phone with GPS and I've always loved my Treos in the past. This is different. It doesn't use the Palm system I like and I knew that going in, but I thought I could work with it. I don't really like it.
Excerpt: Hmm, palm really needs to think their ergonomics strategy. This phone is a thumb killer.The call quality of the calls was not really great. The other person could hear me hell, but on my end the phone earpiece had a constant hissing sound.The interface is really ugly, Palm did not take the effort of...
Pros: 3.5 mm jack, Silence Switch, Decent touchscreen
Cons: Can't turn off the phone, Keyboard is extremely cramped., Can't run Opera Mini, Disconnects from WiFi when goes to sleep
Excerpt: just upgrade my phone this April of 2009 was so excited on getting the phone,so let me tell you my experienced with it. Goods:great calendar notifications for reminders,connect a little fast,great touch screen,key board ok,great camara photos are very clear.
Excerpt: I have had my Pro for four days now. Seem to have gotten thru the major part of the learning curve. Style, and ease of use was not my problem. The sensitivity of the phone is poor. At my home my Samsung phone used to get 5 bars at my home from sprint. The Treo is lucky to get 3.
Summary: I have mixed feelings about this product. Positive: High Quality look & feel. Good Touch-Screen Excellent Wi-Fi Excellent GPS Powerful e-mail/SMS/MMS Great sync features (Outlook/Windows Media Player) Windows Mobile is an extremely powerful OS (great range of apps - for example you could SSH into an...
Summary: This is my second PDA phone and while I like a lot of things about this phone, it has a number of key weaknesses. My other PDA was also windows based, so I didn't find too many issues with using it. It is particularly useful for looking at e-mails.