PhoneArena has revealed an internal Sprint roadmap centered on PDA device launches, and the long-awaited Treo 800w has made an appearance.
The Palm Treo 800w is expected to succeed the venerable 700w and wx by upgrading the operating system to Windows Mobile 6 (though new information suggests the device may ship with 6.1 pending an official announcement at CTIA) , EVDO Rev. A access, Wi-Fi radio which is a first time addition for Palm smartphones, built-in GPS transceiver, full 320×320 resolution support which is a first for Windows Mobile, and will be available in camera and non camera versions.
The device is slated for a July launch, with no further details available at this time.
7 responses to “Sprint PDA Roadmap Reveals Treo 800w Slated for July”
Someone needs to dig up info on the Samsung M800!! hahha…I spoke with a Samsung teir 3 representative and he informed me that when he gets the device in the office he will call me…
It’s weird how this phone has such little information about it!
This will prob be a hit in the business/corporate sector but as an individual user, I’m so done with the Treo form factor. Will there ever be any design innovation from Palm?
fake! and a really bad one too there is no such thing as the curve 8830 its the 8130 andthey couldnt even put transparent backgrounds around the phones very unprofessional
Mr./Ms. Fake, you really don’t know what you’re talking about.
The BlackBerry 8130 is the CDMA version of the Pearl, and has already been released.
The BlackBerry 8830 is indeed the CDMA version of the Curve.
Wouldn’t that be 8330 for the CDMA Curve not the 8830?
Sorry, got one number off. You are right it was the 8330. I thought the comment that triggered my response came from the Curve announcement on Verizon… since i don’t see anything related to BlackBerry in this article.
But, to be clear (one more go at it), the 8130 is the CDMA Pearl, the 8330 is the CDMA Curve.
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