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Palm Treo 680

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Treo 680
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1049FR
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Mobile phone that is able to perform many of the functions of a computer, typically having a relatively large screen and an operating system capable of running general-purpose applications.
smartphones
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Long product name Palm Treo 680 :
The short editorial description of Palm Treo 680

Treo 680, 320 x 320 pixel TFT touchscreen, Palm OS® 5.4.9, VGA camera
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Short summary description Palm Treo 680:
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Palm Treo 680, 320 x 320 pixels, 0.312 GHz
Long summary description Palm Treo 680 :

Palm Treo 680. Display resolution: 320 x 320 pixels, Display type: TFT. Processor frequency: 0.312 GHz. Weight: 157 g

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-09-23
Testseek has collected 53 expert reviews for Palm Treo 680 and the average expert rating is 72 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
72%
Source Review comments Score
smh.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
If you have been using a PDA to keep organised and a mobile phone to keep in touch, Palms Treo 680 does a great job at rolling those two functions into one device. A refinement of the previous Treo 650 smartphone, this smaller an...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-23
The Treo 650 has been around for a few years, and is Palms most successful smartphone. But the new kid on the block might have something to say about that. Building on the trademark Treo ease of use, the 680s qwerty keyboard makes typing an absolu...
Bottom line The 680 is the best Treo yet, combining business functions with connectivity and a leaner footprint. Its simple to use, the feature set is extensive and text is easily legible on the big screen. The only concern is whether youd want to use the Treo...
90%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-09-23
The latest Treo has a more-than-familiar feel about it, given that this model is once again is powered under the hood by the Palm OS rather than the Windows Mobile Operating System favoured by its direct predecssor, the 3G-equipped Treo 750v.It is a go...
Good Touchscreen smartphone, Qwerty keyboard, Full suite of software...
Bad No built-in Wi-Fi, Lacks 3G operation, Low resolution of camera...
Bottom line The latest Treo has a more-than-familiar feel about it, given that this model is once again is powered under the hood by the Palm OS rather than the Windows Mobile Operating System favoured by its direct predecssor, the 3G-equipped Treo 750v.It is a go...
80%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
Although the Treo 680 has its work cut out in competing against the big boys of the smartphone market, the affordable price and the appeal of the elegant Palm OS should help it win its share of attention. Its also the most obvious upgrade for loyal lo...
Good Good size and style, easy to use keyboard, chat-style display of SMS messages.
Bad Light on battery life, not as fast as youd expect from a Palm device, no real advances for the smartphone category.
Bottom line Although the Treo 680 has its work cut out in competing against the big boys of the smartphone market, the affordable price and the appeal of the elegant Palm OS should help it win its share of attention. Its also the most obvious upgrade for loyal lo...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-23
Palm's Treo 650 smart phone has spearheaded Palm's smart-phone business since its debut in the US in October 2004. Still, it's looking long in the tooth, especially after Palm shipped the Windows Mobile-based 700w and its Palm OS sibling, the 700p, ear...
Bottom line The Treo 680 is a step up on its predecessor, dropping the 650's antenna stub, improving its software and increasing its memory size. It's just a shame Palm couldn't squeeze rather more out of the handset's battery. But the 680 is competitively priced...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
The 680 has one of the most well-thought-out smartphone interfaces weve come across. The bright colours its available in make it more attractive and all of the programs that would appeal to a mobile professional come preinstalled. Considering the tim...
Good Range of colours available, ergonomic shape, intuitive interface, well-rounded feature set, SD card slot...
Bad No Wi-Fi or 3G, lacklustre camera, cramped keyboard The Final Word The 680 has one of the most well-thought-out smartphone interfaces weve come across. The bright colours its available in make it more attractive and all of the programs that would app...
Bottom line The 680 has one of the most well-thought-out smartphone interfaces weve come across. The bright colours its available in make it more attractive and all of the programs that would appeal to a mobile professional come preinstalled. Considering the tim...
70%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
DesignIf youre a fan of existing Palm Treo models -- and the company has been somewhat slow to update the line locally -- then the first thing youll notice about the Treo 680 is its sleeker style. Theres no sign of an external antennae, and at 113 b...
Good Full QWERTY keyboard, Simple lock/unlock procedure, Quadband GSM, SD card support...
Bad Sluggish performance, Audio quality could be better, Physical dialling pad is tiny, Awful VGA camera...
Bottom line Palms latest smartphone will appeal to existing Palm users, but it still lags behind the Windows smartphone pack by a pretty clear margin.
70%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-09-23
Palm goes budget with the Treo...
Good QWERTY keyboard, quad-band...
Bad Digital camera not up to standard, keyboard fiddly to use, bulky...
Bottom line If you can muster up the extra cash and must have a Treo then the opt for the 750v rather than this 680...
70%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-23
This latest Palm handheld uses similar hardware to the Palm Treo 750v, so most of our favourable comments about ergonomics apply. The main difference is that the 680 runs Palm OS version 5.4.9 (Garnet), including a new phone application sporting a t...
67%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-09-23
Palm gives the finger to Windows Mobile OS. Instead it uses Palms own software, which is just as slick when its time to synchronise contacts and content. Its a squat little thing, and thankfully the external antenna found on previous Treos has bee...
Good Good video, Slick Palm OS, Unlike old Treos, no external aerial...
Bad No Wi-Fi, No 3G, No earphones included...
Bottom line Not without plus points, but too underpowered to recommend.
60%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2013-05-04
The Treo 680 is the only smartphone available that runs the Palm operating system. With a high-quality plastic case it feels as if it would last forever. The design is neat, and the Palm operating system has been customised for easier use without a stylu...
60%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-23
This month, Palm's Treo 680 stands out from the crowd in two ways. Not only is it more colourful than its competitors, but it's also the only phone to break the Symbian/Windows Mobile mould. This has a few advantages. First, despite the relatively aged...
Bottom line A snappy performer, but let down by a fiddly keyboard...
50%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-09-23
spiritual successor to the Treo 650: The last handheld we saw from Palm was the Treo 750v which we reviewed back in October. That handheld was the first from Palm to run the Windows Mobile Pocket PC operating system. Now Palm has...
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