Palm Treo 500 GSM Smartphone UMTS Radio was £149,99 now £99.99 with free delivery @ - HotUKDeals
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Technical Details
All-in-one phone and messaging device
Access your Hotmail/MSN, Gmail and Yahoo! email
Microsoft Direct Push Technology
Full keyboard for fast and easy typing
Large, high-resolution screen
Microsoft Internet Explorer Mobile web browser
Windows Live including MSN Messenger
Up to 3G speeds
Organiser with Contacts, Calendar and To-do lists
2.0 megapixel camera captures video too
Windows Media Player Mobile for music and videos
Windows Mobile 6 Standard operating system
View and edit Microsoft Word and Excel files
View Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF files
150MB of memory, expandable with microSD expansion card
Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR wireless technology

Product Description
Manufacturer's Description

Speak clearly. The new Palm Treo 500 smartphone lets you say what you want, how you want with phone, messaging, IM, email, and web in one simple device. No more code words or misunderstandings thanks to a full keyboard and a big, bright screen. So you can chat with a quick IM, browse the web or check your email. Organise your time and tasks. Play music, take pictures, and shoot video. Even work (if you have to). Stay in touch - simply - with the new Palm Treo 500 smartphone.

Say what you want, how you want - make a call, check your email, send an instant message. Staying in touch is now so easy.

Your address book could fill a library. Your calendar is crammed with appointments. Keep it sorted with the Palm® Treo 500 smartphone.

Play the latest dance track and the hottest video podcast with Windows Media® Player Mobile. Download video games and applications. Take snapshots and video. Experience it all on your Palm® Treo 500 smartphone on a high-resolution colour screen.

The Palm® Treo 500 smartphone works almost as hard as you do. It can view your important documents, access your work email, and share its data connection with your laptop.

The Palm® Treo 500 smartphone has it all, full-featured phone, email, messaging, IM, and web, plus a full keyboard, and a big, bright screen

Box Contents

Pocket PC

Removable battery

AC charger

USB sync cable

Stereo headset

User documentation

Getting Started CD
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Anyone know what capacity/size externally memory it can hold?
My experience of Palm devices that run Windows Mobile is quite poor (I have had quite). I have just switched from the Palm treo (Vodafone branded) as in the end the phone simply wouldn't reliably allow you to answer a phone call! Now back with a Nokia (5800) and well impressed - it just seems to work without uprading firmware or fiddling.
I would rather go in for Palm 750..:thumbsup:

The qwerty key pad on this phone is for kids...

I would rather go in for Palm 750..:thumbsup:

The qwerty key pad on this phone is for kids...


no, the keypad is very good.
this is actually a "not-small" business type device.
the palm centro is for kids, thats probably the one you are thinking of
Good price & good reviews too :)
Ive had the phone and it wasnt that good. I had to send it back to Vodafone 5 times within the 18 mth contract due to battery life and charging problems. Windows mobile is extremely slow, the video quality on it was poor. There is next to no internal memory.

However, for texting and email it was really good, i didnt have a problem with the key size despite having sausage fingers.
Good price for a good phone.

I love mine except for the poor battery life.
I have one of these phones as do a number in our company.
It is the worst phone i have ever used, so defo freezing.
Is this phone made in 2007 really worth £99?
Used to have one of these, a nice phone but battery life was very poor. now use a Blackberry, much better battery life.
Who wants to carry around a brick like this.

I bet the cover for it is a suitcase.
I'd rather go for the "touch-screen" Centro. But this is still hot to me.

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