Sprint Nextel launches Palm Treo Pro

After numerous delays, Sprint Nextel finally launched the Palm Treo Pro, adding another smartphone to its lineup in advance of the much awaited launch of the Palm Pre.

The phone was supposed to launch in January, then the launch was pushed to Feb. 15. Finally, earlier this month it was announced that the phone would finally be made available. The CDMA smartphone runs on Windows Mobile 6.1, has a 2.5-inch touchscreen, a full Qwerty keyboard, built-in WiFi and GPS and a 2-megapixel camera.

The phone sells for $199.99, with with a two-year service agreement (with a $100 mail-in rebate that requires users to get either a Simply Everything plan with data or a $30 per month or higher data plan add-on).

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