Even though the Palm Treo Pro has been supposedly delayed for Sprint until February 15, Best Buy is now putting the phone up for preorder on its website for $699.
Wow, check out the Treo Pro, previously thought to be the Treo 850. It's safe to say Palm is plunging ahead with the Centro's industrial design, but the stark (glossy?) black and white color scheme with the phone/end orbs make it slick, rather than kiddie cool. Unfortunately, the Palm OS (new or othewise) is nowhere…
The guys over at PDA Expertos in Spain got a hands-on with the Palm Treo 500v (which we saw unboxed and groped), flipping through the Windows Mobile 6 Smartphone UI as well as taking a quick tour around the body near the end. There's no audio, unfortunately, but from what we see the UI is quite responsive even if it…
These leaked Treo 500 ad shots from Alles Windows Mobile confirm the two-color rumor we posted about earlier. The two colors are grey/charcoal black and white, but the white one has its keyboard censored out for some reason. These are the best shots we've gotten so far, so drink them in, Treo fans. [AllesWindowsMobile]
Treo 750 users who've been waiting for that Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for a while can finally install this onto your phones. It's recommended for everyone who doesn't use BlackBerry Connect, because Wm6 doesn't support it at this time. If that's you, don't upgrade, because you can't downgrade to WM5 again. [Palm]
OK, so the rumors weren't rumors, just little wispy truths that have been confirmed by one big announcement: Palm has indeed built some kind of crazy laptop-like friend for the Treo, called Foleo. Suffice it to say, the initial reaction has not been overwhelmingly positive.