Summary: The Palm Treo works very well. I was able to install the sim card from my old phone into the Treo quickly, and after a full charge, had it operating in no time. Since it is a different operating system than other phones, it took me a couple of days to get familiar with all of it's functions, but now I am using all of the abilities of the phone, and I really like it.
Summary: Phone works great. I love the Windows Mobile setup but understand that some people find it complicated to use. My only problem is that the small switch in the headphone jack got stuck one day. Problem was solved by rapidly removing and plugging in the headphones repeatedly.
Summary: I bought this phone in December of 09 for less than $200. A good price. I am using it on AT&T and they are dinging me for a $30 data plan. Apparently they know it is a Smartphone since if I try and change it back to the $15 unlimited data plan I had with a Motorola phone, within a week they change it back to $30. This is a good data phone but a really bad video player. I installed a few programs and am out of memory all ready.
Great 3G unlocked phone, to avoid being forced to get a data plan by your carrier.
23 November 2009
Summary: I got this phone a month ago, and It works well for me. The best feature of this phone that I like is that shows you the time, date and any missed calls as a "Screen saver", without having to unlock the phone. The one disadvantage is that the screen size is a little small, and many a times you need to use the Stylus to accurately click.
Excerpt: I had previously owned the Treo 700wx and loved it before switching to the Pro. Pros: Allows online banking Picture and video messaging Chat style texting Good camera QWERTY keyboard Cons: Glitches: I would send a picture then the phone would repeatedly reconnect to the internet and try to send a picture file to no recipients. (had to get a whole new phone for this one) Has recently began to shut itself off. Battery life. Overall, I love my new phone.
Summary: I bought the Treo Pro a few months ago as an upgrade for my Treo 750. The first thing I noticed was the extremely nice packaging. Very good first impression, Palm! The phone has held up very well over the past few months. I've dropped it several times and it doesn't seem to be any the worse for a trip down the stairs, which is quite nice. Cases are also pretty easy to get and as a bonus, most iPhone cases fit the Treo Pro.
Summary: I've been using Treos since they first came out (I think I started with a Treo 180) and so I have to admit that switching to a Windows Mobile device left me feeling uneasy. But I couldn't wait for the Pre as my 680 started crapping out on me and I didn't want a 700/750/800. However, since I have been syncing my Palm with Outlook for years, the data transfer was pretty seamless.