Rumor Mill: New Palm, Symbian Treos in development

According to reports circling the Internet, Palm has a new PalmOS version of its latest Treo in the works that will run on CDMA and GSM networks. Earlier rumors of an impending Symbian version of the Treo 700 are also gaining momentum. Palm recently unveiled a 3G Windows Mobile Treo, confirming weeks of speculation about the device. The Treo 700w will run exclusively on Verizon Wireless' EV-DO/CDMA network and should launch early next year. Verizon and Palm claim the device will clock download speeds at anywhere from 400Kbps to 700Kbps. The return of the PalmOS to the Treo could spark interest in what many people perceive as a dying platform. Palm's existing PalmOS-based Treos, the 600 and 650, continue to sell.

For more on the rumored Symbian Treo and new PalmOS Treo:
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