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Shortly after the announcement, maybe verification is more appropriate, of the Treo 700w Motorola announced that it’s Q Smartphone will be ready by Christmas instead of Q1 2006. Both phones are Windows Mobile 5 devices with moderate displays (the Q is 320×240, the 700w is so […]

Shortly after the announcement, maybe verification is more appropriate, of the Treo 700w Motorola announced that it’s Q Smartphone will be ready by Christmas instead of Q1 2006. Both phones are Windows Mobile 5 devices with moderate displays (the Q is 320×240, the 700w is so far unconfirmed at 320×320), bluetooth and 1 megapixel cameras.  Early on, with the 700w supporting WiFi via SD, this certainly looks like a connected just about everywhere device that could earn its place as the one gadget I never leave without.

Not with Verizon?  Sprint released the PPC-6700, another Windows Mobile 5, EV-DO, WiFi, Bluetooth phone with sliding Qwerty keyboard (from behind the 320×240 display).

[Via Smartphone Thoughts]

  1. Doesn’t the Treo have to be 240 x 240? Unless it’s 480 x 480, that is…

    http://kctofel.blogspot.com/2005/09/treo-700w-screen-resolution.html

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  2. Yep, it’ll be 240 x 240

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  3. I think the confusion started because the Treo 650 is currently at 320×320 and a lot of people didn’t think the 700w would be a step backwards with respect to display as it seems to be.

    Treo 650 specs: http://www.palm.com/us/products/smartphones/treo650/details.epl

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