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Congratulations, Canada. As we here in the U.S. continue to wait on a CDMA Palm Treo Pro, you get it on Bell. [via] Adding insult to injury, you can pick it up for a mere $99 after the standard three-year contract.

So those of us in the states will continue to wait for the Treo Pro on Sprint, and hope that those reported RAM issues will get cleared up soonest. Now, on the total speculation side: We can't help but notice that flag button staring us in the face. Anyone want to guess whether the Treo Pro will get the upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.5 later this year?

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2 Comments
  • I called three Bell Mobility Stores in Canada, as I am curious about the memory as well.
    No of the three Bell stores had a model, no store model, none in stock at all. They were surprised to see it on the site.
  • Its time for canada and us to start making quality phones that look like a phone and start to convert to the gsm net i rather say. This CDMA and this stupid phones avoid tourism in your part of the world.