Ah...and here I thought I was going to get by this week without posting any Treo 800w info.
Guess not what with a certain something on the down-low wrapping up this week. So good morning to everyone as we have a slathering of rumortastic info for you, including two more traditional blurry shots (see above and below) of the very long awaited Treo 700wx successor, the 800w.
(Fret not Verizon fans...read our earlier post on the Verizon 800w, if you're jonesing)
Keep reading for price, specs and a ton of other info info after the jump...
First up: we're hearing that the 800w will finally drop on Sprint on Sunday, July 13th. That puts it ahead by 9 days our date of July 22nd--curse you Sprint! Well, it still remains to be seen what the final release day will be, but we're getting close. (What, YOU know the date? Well throw her up in our contest thread already! And yes, July 13th is now also off limits for future guessing. So complicated)
The price is $249.99 (of course with "instant savings" and a mail-in-rebate)--if true, that's actually a very sweet price and should enable the 800w to go up RIM quite nicely.
What else can we dig up?
How about the battery is now confirmed at being a not-too-shabby (but hardly hulked out) 1150mah. If that sounds familiar it is because the Palm Centro uses that same size battery and in fact is the exact same battery. Yikes. So similar we are hearing that new Centros have a battery that even says "STD battery for 690/800w". That sure seems convenient for someone.
Oh and those new leaked pictures above? That is still a tester unit (see the blurred out serial). We're still expecting a few more shiny additions to the finalized version, so while the Black Charcoal which we 1st reported is accurate, expect a wee bit more pizazz in a few more weeks ;-)
And last but not least, if you need a re-count of what we know for device specs, here ya go:
- MSM-6800 chipset
- ~100mb of Program / ~170mb of Storage Memory (both after OS)
- WM 6.1 (5.2.1944)
- ARM1136 processor
- Soft touch paint
- Dedicated Wifi button + Ringer switch on top
- Micro-USB connector
- 2.1mp camera
- No headphone jack (uses microUSB to 3.5mm adapter)
- 1150mah battery
Plus the usual:
- RevA (on release?)
- GPS (network independent)
- Palm Threaded SMS
So whaddya think? Palm has a winner or a snoozer here? Sound off!
Thanks to BigChris for the heads up!
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