Treo Smartphone running on Windows Mobile officially announced

Palm officially announced their latest Treo smartphone, operating on Windows Mobile OS. It will be a CDMA phone exclusively for Verizon Wireless.

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Today, at a press conference in San Francisco, Palm, Microsoft and Verizon joined to announce their latest device – the new Treo smartphone, using the Microsoft Windows Mobile Operating System. This is the first device in the line of Windows Mobile powered Treos, and it will be available through Verizon Wireless, taking advantage of their high-speed EV-DO network. Palm Expect this Treo to be available to Verizon customers in early 2006. The Treo is a smartphone in bar form-factor, which features full QWERTY keyboard, but for first time operates on Windows Mobile OS. Later Treos, using Windows Mobile OS will be available later, but not before the half of 2006.

Earlier we informed you about the upcoming device from Treo, and showed you some pictures of it. The rumored model was called Treo 670. Still Palm hasn’t announced the official model of their Windows Mobile powered Treo …

Source: Palm

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