Palm Treo 650

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Palm Treo 650, Cingular model

The Palm Treo 650 is a Palm OS-based smartphone released by Palm, Inc. in 2004.

This successor to the Treo 600 features an upgraded 320x320 TFT LCD display, removable battery, and Bluetooth.

Variants

A Palm Treo 650 was released for both GSM and CDMA networks respectively.

Related phones

Specs

Basics

Treo 650
HW Platform/ChipsetIntel XScale PXA270, 312 MHz
SW Platform/OSPalm OS 5.4 (Garnet)
Display 320 x 320, TFT, resistive touch
LED IndicatorRed and green
Flash memory32 MB, 24 MB accessible to user
RAM32 MB
Memory card slotSD/SDIO/MMC, max. 2 GB
Charging and data connectorPalm Multi-Connector
Regulatory infoGSM: O8FCAGEMS · approved 2004-10-27
CDMA: O8FMADECA · approved 2004-10-25

Connectivity

Treo 650
Operating modesGSM (850/900/1800/1900) or CDMA
DataEDGE or 1xRTT
SIM sizeMini SIM • GSM variant only
IrDAYes
BluetoothYes, v1.1
Bluetooth profilesDUN, HFP, HSP, OPP
PC LinkHotSync

Media

Treo 650
Rear cameraVGA (640 x 480), fixed focus, color effects, date stamp
Video recordingCIF (352 x 288)
Supported image formatsGIF, JPG
Supported sound formatsAMR, MID (as ringtones)
MP3 (in RealPlayer only)
Supported video formats3GP
Speaker configurationEar speaker, loudspeaker
Line out2.5mm jack, stereo output
SynthesizerMobileer ME2000
ExtrasVoice memos for photos; photo editor; MP3 player

Messaging

Treo 650
SMSThreaded view
MMSYes
EmailVersaMail

Accessories

Batteries

Chargers

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