For people like me who are very "inequality-savvy," the word "smartphone" means very complicated tools and useless expenses. However, this was before I had a Palm Treo 700 smartphone. After I bought 700 700 700w, I had to change immediately and have also used the two two phones in the 700 series to make sure they are as good or better than the first one. What I loved of all Palm Treo 700 phones is extremely user-friendly.
I've used a few mobile phones before it's plain enough clumsy, it's very hard to call them. Palm Treo is usually known for its own handy, and it is not needed by phones in the 700 series. Let's now look at each of the three Treo 700 phones separately.
Treo 700w is the first Treo phone to use Windows Mobile OS. After using the Palm OS on Treo 700p, I would not call it progress on previous phones, but it offers options for users who are happy with Windows. In fact, Palm has failed to resist temptation to upgrade the Windows screen, which has added the phone's specificity.
The phone has an elegant look and a candy with a silver casing. It comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera with 2x zoom, TFT touchscreen, built-in Bluetooth compatibility and lithium battery.
The Treo 700p has many features in common with 700w. However, it supports Palm OS instead of Windows and also has the highest screen resolution of all 700 phones. It has built-in Bluetooth wireless like the previous type and allows you to use your phone as a wireless modem. All Treo 700 phones support EV-DO high speed wireless data. This is the first Palm OS phone that offers this feature.
The latest Treo 700 smartphone, Treo 700wx, supports Windows Mobile 5.0 again. Regardless of the features it shares with 700w, 700wx along with 700p has been given a significant increase in the memory league by doubling the memory capacity. Now, this phone is offered by Alltell, Sprint and Regin, unlike any other two offered by Sprint and Regin.
Source by Howerd Trent