Sprint Nextel Corp. and Palm Inc. are pushing hard for enterprise customers with their new Treo 800w, the first Palm device to offer Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity, with broadband speeds.
The major new features of the Palm Treo 800w are the integrated WiFi radio and GPS receiver. The phone runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 and can access the Internet with Sprint’s broadband network or through a local Wi-Fi connection. The handset comes with a chip that allows for fast uploads off of Sprint’s EVDO Rev A network.
The main change here is that instead of a 2.5mm audio jack + charging & sync connectors the Treo 800w now offers just one microUSB connector that is used for audio, synch & charging.
* 1.74 inch square 320 320 high resolution display
* 128MB RAM and 256MB flash ROM
* TI OMAP 2430 333 MHz processor
* 110MB internal dynamic memory
* Integrated 802.11 b/g WiFi radio
* Integrated Bluetooth 2.0 radio with A2DP
* Infrared port
* Integrated A-GPS receiver
* 1150 mAh Lithium ion battery with reported 4 hours of talk time
* MicroSD card slot with microSDHC support
* 2 MP camera