- Yardena Arar , PCWorld
This affordable PDA phone features a sleeker design than past Treos, but relies on the same slow EDGE network for data access.
Reviews (7.4/10 Avg. rating)
As an entry-level smartphone, the phone delivers all the PIM functions required
I know people that swear by the Palm OS platform, but I have never been convinced. To be completely honest though, that is mainly because I have never really sat down and learned how to get the most out of it. I am not going to lie to you, I still think the Palm OS is ugly and old looking, but looks aren't everything, and the Palm Treo 680 delivers on many other levels.
I love the Treo 680's keyboard, it is the best I have used in some time, and the Treo form factor really is great. The lack of 3G data and WiFi does disappoint me, but this is an entry-level smartphone, so I can't... Full review
User-friendly interface, decent performance, and an affordable price point
This affordable PDA phone features a sleeker design than past Treos
Speakers are bad on the 680
STILL THE BEST PHONE OUT!!!
Palm has lost its way
Pros: Palm OS for PDA. Palm has compromised the...
bad phone , don't buy it... gurantee you will be sorry
Nice Palm OS Smartphone
treo 680 smartphone
Palm Treo 680
PALM TREO 680
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Manuals / User Guides
- Palm Treo 680 Manual (PDF)
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