The long-rumored Palm Treo 755p has officially landed at Sprint, and we've got your hands-on look at this Palm-based smart phone. Check out the photos here and then head on over to our review to see what's new.
Replacing the older Treo 700p, the Palm Treo 755p not only sports two new fresh colors, but it also features a more compact design and introduces a collection of small but notable enhancements, including an instant messaging app and Google Maps for Mobile.
Unlike the vibrant color options of the Palm Treo 680, the Treo 755p is available in an understated burgundy or midnight blue that may be more suitable for business users hoping to add a bit of personalization to their smart phone.
You can also navigate the smart phone with the controls beneath the display. You get Talk and End keys, a four-way toggle with a central select button and shortcut keys to the phone app, calendar, messages, and home page.
We're glad the Treo 755p didn't follow in the Treo 680's footsteps and upgraded to a 1.3-megapixel camera rather than a VGA camera. However, without a flash or any way to tweak the camera's settings, it produced some gray-looking pictures.