Posted on 3-Dec-2003 16:47
Filed under: News
palmOne Australia announced the availability of the Treo 600 smartphone, integrated wireless smartphone with a built-in QWERTY keyboard, on the Telstra GSM/GPRS network. The Treo 600 smartphone combines a full-featured mobile phone and Palm OS organiser with wireless applications such as email, text messaging and web browsing into one compact device.
The Treo 600 smartphone's quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) world phone allows customers to make and receive calls on GSM/GPRS networks worldwide. The Treo 600 smartphone operates on the Palm OS 5.2 operating system.
The Treo 600 smartphone provides a POP3 email solution and comes preconfigured with settings for several popular ISPs, or
users can set up the Treo 600 smartphone to access their own POP3 accounts. In addition, the smartphone's integrated VGA camera works with Telstra's Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), which allows customers to send/receive images.
The Treo 600 smartphone has a 160X160 pixels colour touch-screen display and a built-in stylus. The integration of the central five-way navigation button lets the customer scroll through applications, menus and lists with one-handed operation. The Treo 600 smartphone's built-in, backlit QWERTY keyboard is designed for messaging, a must-have for SMS and POP3 email.
Customers can customise their Treo 600 smartphone with added memory, software or content by using the expansion slot for SD Cards or MultiMediaCards or synchronisation via the HotSync cable.