There are two features I currently have in my Palm Treo that are must-haves for me in a future handheld device and I am still unclear how iPhone fares:
1. Multiple profiles (silent-discrete-meeting-default-night-etc.) and ability to initiate triggers automatically (eg. 5-times daily switch to SILENT for 45 minutes based on manually defined times - unlimited number of similar triggers)
2. Seamless editing and sync of MS Office documents including creation in the handheld device.
Please can you help me make a decision.?
I have been plagued with the following issues. The clock time changes on its own from one region to another.
The time on the received message is different.
A new message does not appear on the screen and it gets lodged somewhere and you need to scroll to find the message.
The same is also on the call logs.
The previously dialed number gets into the middle of the call log.
mr dwyco, 10 Feb 2010We just bought 5 of these phones for our business. The Pro represents our 3rd round of palm ph... moreREALLY BAD PART....the phones are plagued with issues! Our phones are freezing up and the only way to solve it is to remove the battery, or even worse sometimes do a hard reset! My text messages have started appearing throughout the log, no longer following the previous text from that person, so in reality you have to go hunt the text! Last night it woke me up at 3:45 am, with an alarm from my 6:45 wake up call, the phone read 3:45....(i thought i was losing my mind), then right in front of my eyes, it changed to 6:45, and the alarm started all over again!
Me too, facing with the same issues as what Mr. Dwyco had described above. I had adjusted the clock of this phone for umpteen times already and still the clock went haywire once in a while.
As for my NEW & UNREAD messages, it appears somewhere in the log of my past exchanged messages. WTH!
This is the first Palm handset that has a really nice design. And it is not as clunky as earlier models. If you don't want the Palm Pre because you want a physical qwerty, but you still want a Palm, then the Treo Pro is probably the best phone to go for. But like all Palm models is does freeze up on an alarmingly regular basis which will force you to reset at least once a month. Aside from that, it is a solid Palm phone.
ros, 25 Feb 2010well i love used palm. At the moment i am using Palm Treo 650 and it is reliable phone. I inte... moreI have this treo prio about a year already. it help me a lot on online and email. but now I have htc snap and my treo just keep for spare. I wanna sell it. ros u wan?
well i love used palm. At the moment i am using Palm Treo 650 and it is reliable phone. I intend to buy latest vision. Can somebody where is palm dealer in Malaysia, i have difficulties to find it.
no radio, no 3g video call secondary camera, not a touch screen phone, palm is dying and htc is rising!
M.Palanivelu, 17 Feb 2010Can any one tell where in india this mobile is available?hi, i just came to know about Palm Treo Pro from my friend who is living in Australia, he brought it for me, its really nice to having suck kind of cell phone like this one. wifi is working fabulous. n such king of nice features.......... sexy cell phone...
with sexy looookkk...................
M.Palanivelu, 17 Feb 2010Can any one tell where in india this mobile is available?its amazing cell phone, easy to use, n with excellent looooook................
This is a nice phone. Type with your fingernails and you can turn on key clicks so you know when a key has been pressed. Admittedly because it is a vertical phone the keys are underneath the screen making the screen that much smaller but it works well.
Plenty of apps from which to choose. Nice wi-fi.
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SkyWalkerHD, 07 Feb 2010You can use the Palm Treo Pro 850 without ever having to use the stylus. I use mine daily in b... morein that case you must have the smallest fingers known to man. I find I spend most of my time trying to hold the stylus in my mouth while writing an email then using the stylus to send it. Overall a really horrible way of working.
We just bought 5 of these phones for our business. The Pro represents our 3rd round of palm phones, and sadly most likely our last. The Pro is a nightmare! From the start the phone operates very very differantly from previous palm os based phones, change is not always a bad thing, but the operational features of this phone are a step back from our previous 755p model. If u want to send a text, it takes three steps, the screen is slow to react, the battery life is a joke, most of us are only making it about half a day before needing the battery recharged. Aside from the fact the phone operates so differantly from previous palm units, now the REALLY BAD PART....the phones are plagued with issues! Our phones are freezing up and the only way to solve it is to remove the battery, or even worse sometimes do a hard reset! My text messages have started appearing throughout the log, no longer following the previous text from that person, so in reality you have to go hunt the text! Last night it woke me up at 3:45 am, with an alarm from my 6:45 wake up call, the phone read 3:45....(i thought i was losing my mind), then right in front of my eyes, it changed to 6:45, and the alarm started all over again! I have people calling my wife or my land line asking why i have not called them back, my phone has never rung! Yesterday my wides phone refused to dial a phone number in the contacts, just would not work, she removed the battery and then magically the same contact number worked fine. They are JUNK......i have contacted Sprint, and told them we give up!, REPLACE the phones with a differant model or we are outta here.....i havae only listed a "few" of the problems we are having, i could go on and on..but trust me they look slick, but are just not worth owning!
Wobble, 05 Jan 2010Having used smart phones/blackberry's for years I moved to a new company and was given a Palm ... moreYou can use the Palm Treo Pro 850 without ever having to use the stylus. I use mine daily in business and onl pull out the stylus if i am killing time. You can use the nav key to nave anywhere in the phone.
so, it's a preference thing.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2010they say you cannot turn off this device??this is true, you can put the device into airplane mode, or pull out the battery to copletely shut down the phone;.
Manjinder Singh Saho, 10 Jan 2010This is a good smart phone, with good design and features, If you are a music lover i has grea... moreExcellent smartphone for business and personal use. Glossy black, slim and light weight. Using it for the past 8 months. superb performance and experience. available unlocked from TotalPDA: