Cingular unveils UMTS Palm Treo 750

ZDnet has some photos up of the newly-announced Palm Treo 750, Palm's long-awaited, 3G-enabled Windows Mobile 5 smartphone, which is available exclusively through Cingular. Palm stopped by the offices of FierceWireless a few weeks ago with the phone in tow and for all the power under the hood, the phone comes in a remarkably small, sleek package. Sure, it's not nearly as thin as the Dashes and BlackJacks of the world, but unlike those devices, the 750 couples Windows Mobile 5 with Palm's trademark touch-screen. By ditching the external antenna and adding a nice rubberized outer shell, Palm has made the 750 both more portable and easier to grip. The cramped QWERTY keyboard, however, leaves a lot to be desired.

For more on the Treo 750:
- see these photos at ZDnet

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