Alltel will reportedly introduce the Palm Treo Pro in just a few days, apparently putting it on course to be the first U.S. wireless carrier to offer this Windows Mobile smartphone.
The Treo Pro is Palm's most advanced smartphone yet, and it sports a number of high-end features, including wireless broadband, Wi-Fi, and GPS.
This model has been on the U.S. market as an unlocked phone since last fall, but has yet to be offered by a wireless carrier in this country, though Sprint is expected to introduce it later this month. It is also available from carriers in Europe and Canada.
Alltel will reportedly charge $200 with a two-year contract and $125 mail-in rebate, when this device goes on sale Thursday, March 5.
An Overview of the Palm Treo Pro
It runs Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional on a 400 MHz processor from Qualcomm, and comes with the standard suite of productivity applications.
Other features of the Treo Pro include an external microSD card slot for additional storage, a built-in GPS receiver, and a 2.0 MPx camera.
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