Palm Treo 755p

7.3/10 AVG.
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7.3/10
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The Palm Treo 755p currently has an Informr score of 7.3 out of 10. This score is based on our evaluation of 55 sources including reviews from users and the web's most trusted critics.


Operating system
Palm OS
Processor
312 MHz
Screen Size
No
Camera
1+ MP


What the Critics Are Saying...


Wired

Palm's latest Treo improves upon its predecessor, the 700p, by slimming down, ditching the antenna nub, and adding instant messaging and push email. Granted, you can almost see the mold on the ancient Palm OS, which remains a multimedia and multitasking weakling, but its well-oiled design affords sn...

- Rick Broida, Wired
MobileBurn

So while the Treo 755p doesn't offer cutting edge technology in many regards, it is a very solid messaging device and good all-around phone.

- Michael Oryl, MobileBurn


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Palm released the Treo 755p on May 14, 2007.


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Palm backs up the Treo 755p with a 1 Year parts & labour warranty.


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Screen Size
No

The Palm Treo 755p's screen size is Unknown with 320 x 240 pixels resolution.

Processor
312 MHz

There is a Intel XScale 312 MHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Palm OS v5.4.9 operating system (OS).

Camera
1+ MP

You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 1+ megapixel camera.

There's no secondary front camera.

Storage
64 MB

Internal memory is 64 MB. An external, MiniSD (up to 4 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
Unknown

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery. Palm's performance ratings are 6.5 days standby time.

Treo 755p Specs

Overview
Release date May 14, 2007
Regions available No
Networks
CDMA:
800/1900 MHz
Data:
1xRTT, EV-DO
SIM card No
Dual SIM No
Operating System Palm OS v5.4.9

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Processor Intel XScale 312 MHz
Internal Flash Memory 64 MB
RAM 128 MB
ROM No
Digital compass No
Flightmode No
Hearing Aid Compatible No
TTY/TDD No
Noise Cancellation No
SAR Head: 1.46 W/kg
Languages No
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year
Accessories Included AC Charger, Manual, Standard Battery, Stylus
Power & battery
Type Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery Capacity No
Removable Battery Yes
Wireless Charging No
Fast Charging No
Video Playback Time Unknown
Internet Use (Wi-Fi) Unknown
Internet Use (Celluar) Unknown
Talk Time Unknown
Standby Time Up to: 6.5 days
Physical Characteristics
Design type Bar
Multi-Use Smart Phone / PDA Yes
Colors Blue, Burgundy with silver accents
Dimensions [H x W x D] 11.3 x 5.9 x 2.1 cm (4.5 x 2.3 x 0.8 in)
Weight 160 grams
Water Resistant / Waterproof Unknown
Rugged design No
IP Rating No
Antenna Type Internal
Changeable Faceplates No
Display / Screen
Type Color
Technology LCD (TFT)
Colors 65k
Resolution 320 x 240 pixels
Pixel density Unknown
Size No
3D No
Secondary Display No
Graphics Yes
Themes No
Backlit Illumination Yes
Zoom / Magnification No
Screen Orientation Lock No
Multi-Touch No
Fingerprint-Resistant Coating No
Additional Display Features -
Input / Navigation
Sleep / Wake Key No
Home Key No
Mute Key No
Input Type QWERTY
Navigation Type D-pad
Physical keyboard No
Voicemail Key No
Any Key Answer Yes
Voice Commands No
Keypad/Screen Lock Yes
External Volume Control Yes
External Media Playback Controls No
Fingerprint Sensor No
Call Management
Wi-Fi Calling No
Voice over LTE (VoLTE) No
Contact List Capacity Depends on system memory
Multiple Numbers Per Contact Unknown
Contact Groups No
Auto Answer Yes
Voice Activated Dialing Yes
Photo Caller ID Yes
Web / Email / Messaging
Web Browser Yes
Email Client Yes
Email Protocols POP3, IMAP, SMTP
Additional Email Features -
Messaging SMS, EMS, MMS
Push-to-talk (PTT) No
Connectivity
USB Yes
USB OTG Support No
Infrared Yes
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth Profiles No
Bluetooth Audio Codecs SBC
WiFi No
Mobile Hotspot No
WiMAX No
Memory Expansion Slot Yes
Expansion Slot Info MiniSD (up to 4 GB)
PC Synchronization Yes
TV Out Unknown
DLNA Support No
NFC No
UMA Support No
Data Tethering Compatibility Yes
Java Applications No
Brew Applications No
ECML / Digital Wallet No
PictBridge No
Camera
Main Camera
Aperture
Unknown
Resolution
1+ megapixels
Dual lens
No
Zoom
2x digital
Flash
Yes (LED)
Additional Rear Camera Info
Effects, Self-portrait, White balance
Video Recording Formats
MPEG-4
Video Recording Parameters
Front Camera
Zoom
No
Additional Front Camera Info
No
Video Recording Parameters
Audio / Video
Audio Playback Yes
Audio Formats MP3, WAV, OGG
Radio -
Video Playback Yes
Video Playback Formats MPEG-4
Mobile TV No
Streaming Video No
Headset Jack 2.5mm
Custom Ringtones No
Vibration Alert Yes
Downloadable Ringtones Yes
Ringtone Composer No
Ringer ID Yes
Haptic Feedback Vibration No
Speakerphone Yes
Apps
To-Do / Task List Yes
Calendar Yes
World Clock No
Alarm Yes
Stop Watch No
Timer No
Calculator Yes
Currency Converter No
Viewable document types No
Weather No
Stocks No
Maps No
NotePad Yes
Voice Memos / Recorder Yes
Games Downloadable
Apps
Included Software / Apps Palm Desktop software and HotSync manager
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Wired

Well-oiled design affords snappy operation

from Wired

Palm's latest Treo improves upon its predecessor, the 700p, by slimming down, ditching the antenna nub, and adding instant messaging and push email. Granted, you can almost see the mold on the ancient Palm OS, which remains a multimedia and multitasking weakling, but its well-oiled design affords snappy operation and arguably the simplest interface of any smartphone. At 0.8 inch, the 755p is a little thick around the middle, but otherwise it's a stunner in blue or burgundy...

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Palm's latest Treo improves upon its predecessor, the 700p, by slimming down, ditching the antenna nub, and adding instant messaging and push email. Granted, you can almost see the mold on the ancient Palm OS, which remains a multimedia and multitasking weakling, but its well-oiled design affords snappy operation and arguably the simplest interface of any smartphone. At 0.8 inch, the 755p is a little thick around the middle, but otherwise it's a stunner in blue or burgundy.

WIRED: Dedicated ring/vibrate switch. Bundled Documents to Go software excels at creating and syncing Office files. Huge third-party software library.

TIRED: Still no Wi-Fi. Weak video, mediocre music apps. IM doesn't support Gtalk, Jabber, or ICQ. Lacks stereo Bluetooth.

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MobileBurn

Solid physical design, great messaging capabilities

from MobileBurn

Palm's Treo line of smartphones has been popular for what seems like ages. While they haven't changed much on the outside, save for the loss of the antenna, a string of refinements have been made over the years that have kept the devices reasonably current with modern technology. So while the Treo 755p doesn't offer cutting edge technology in many regards, it is a very solid messaging device and good all-around phone. The user interface certainly is a bit long in the tooth by now, but it won't get in the way of a determined Treo fan...

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Palm's Treo line of smartphones has been popular for what seems like ages. While they haven't changed much on the outside, save for the loss of the antenna, a string of refinements have been made over the years that have kept the devices reasonably current with modern technology. So while the Treo 755p doesn't offer cutting edge technology in many regards, it is a very solid messaging device and good all-around phone. The user interface certainly is a bit long in the tooth by now, but it won't get in the way of a determined Treo fan.

So thanks to a solid physical design, great messaging capabilities, and 3G data connectivity, I feel confident in giving the Palm Treo 755p a "Highly Recommended" rating. The Treo 680 is a similar device for GSM networks that has a VGA resolution camera instead of the 755p's 1.3MP unit. For those out there that prefer the Windows Mobile platform, the 750 series devices are also worthy, though they have to make do with lower resolution displays.

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User Reviews


Amazon

if only it didn't freeze so often

from Amazon
This is a mostly negative review so to the negatives first. My big complaint with my 755p is that it freezes or resets itself a couple of times or more a day. Always seems to do it when I want to make a call after having been on the web or email. This problem also happens when the bluetooth has issu...More
This is a mostly negative review so to the negatives first. My big complaint with my 755p is that it freezes or resets itself a couple of times or more a day. Always seems to do it when I want to make a call after having been on the web or email. This problem also happens when the bluetooth has issues. Then I have to wait until it resets itself or I have to remove the battery because it is stone-cold stuck. THIS is the reason I have given this phone a 2. THIS is the reason I often want to throw this phone against the wall. The bluetooth functionality has some problems. It works fine when it works. Often however, the phone and the headset lose each other. If I catch it, I have to power down the BT earpiece and turn off the BT function in the phone, then turn BT back on. Then I have to turn on the earpiece. They find each other and they are back to happy. If I do not catch it, the 755p freezes or resets itself. THIS is the reason I have given this phone a 2. THIS is the reason I often want to throw this phone against the wall. I have a problem with the Palm desktop on my PC. With this phone, the Palm desktop crashes immediately if I have the contact list is the folder where it normally resides. The contacts are the same set that I brought forward from my older versions of the Treo. No one seems to be able to figure it out. I have spent enough time on it, so I just have given up. Minor annoyance to me as I don't really use the Desktop anyway. On to the positives. I do not have too many or any problems with connecting to the voice or data networks with Sprint. Call quality is very good most of the time. No real complaints from me on this. I have noticed a couple of times/places that people on Verizon can connect when I cannot, not enough to be conclusive, just an observation. I still have no real complaints here. The camera/video recorder are fine for me. Not high res, but they are great for catching pics or vids on the go. I use it for this all the time. I mostly use the data network for web access, IMAP email, Google Maps and text messages. I am not a big user of the rest of the data stuff that Sprint offers. Messaging works wonderfully, I like being able to send pics and vids, but I do wish that I could send larger vids. I do not like that the messaging client forces me over to the web for the pic or vid and then I lose the text that went along with the pic or vid in the stream of texts back in the messaging window. Minor annoyance for me. IMAP email works great except that you can only view the Inbox. The whole idea of IMAP, for me anyway, was to keep folders of messages on my server so I can get to them. Cannot do that with the 755p. A slight penalty for the phone on this from me. Web access is good but there are many sites that this phone does not bring up correctly. Don't know why. Haven't taken the time to find out. No penalty for the phone on this from me. Google maps is a good app, even if I am not a big fan of Goo. This phone does not have GPS, but I use Maps to find places all the time. I really like what this phone is when it works and isn't getting stuck. The Palm 755p would be a GREAT phone except for the problems with freezing. And it seems to happen to many of us that have this phone. This would be 4 or 5 star rating from me except for that. This is my fourth Treo: 600, 650, 700 and now the 755p. All had the Palm OS. Less
Amazon

Great phone, but has some drawbacks.

from Amazon
I have the Alltel version of the 755p. This was my choice after years of using Palm's PDA devices. It can be a lifesaver -- or the source of headaches. It's great not having to carry a PDA, phone and lockbox key. This one device covers all three, and also plays mp3s. However -- the battery dies very qu...More
I have the Alltel version of the 755p. This was my choice after years of using Palm's PDA devices. It can be a lifesaver -- or the source of headaches. It's great not having to carry a PDA, phone and lockbox key. This one device covers all three, and also plays mp3s. However -- the battery dies very quickly even though I stopped all programs from automatically updating (weather, email, etc). The phone must be plugged in every day or the battery dies. What good is a phone with all these features if the battery won't last a day? Also, Alltel does not support MMS (picture messages) on this phone. But other carriers do. I was not happy when I discovered this -- after I purchased the phone, and needed to send a picture to another phone. Less
Phonedog

Works well, when it's not crashing...

from Phonedog
Pro: Allows me to use my current Palm OS apps, keyboard OK (but a bit small for bigger fingers), reasonably fast WEB, very fast email. No protruding antenna. Con: Crashes often (once or twice per week at least!), Bluetooth does not support music app (but works well for hands-free). Battery life marg...More
Pro: Allows me to use my current Palm OS apps, keyboard OK (but a bit small for bigger fingers), reasonably fast WEB, very fast email. No protruding antenna. Con: Crashes often (once or twice per week at least!), Bluetooth does not support music app (but works well for hands-free). Battery life marginal. Using experience: 2 years I upgraded from the 300 and 600, and was more than happy except for the frequent crashes. Upgrading the firmware didn't make much difference. Nice collection of features, but the crashes during phone, email, and web browsing are quite a turnoff. Less
Amazon

On my second replacement phone - very disappointed

from Amazon
Approximately 6 months ago I purchased the Verizon Palm Treo 755p. Ten days later it began to freeze-up, I was unable to use the touch-screen. I returned it for a new one. Then again, about two months later the second phone became slow to respond. Verizon had me do a full hard re-boot, but to no avail....More
Approximately 6 months ago I purchased the Verizon Palm Treo 755p. Ten days later it began to freeze-up, I was unable to use the touch-screen. I returned it for a new one. Then again, about two months later the second phone became slow to respond. Verizon had me do a full hard re-boot, but to no avail. I was then shipped a "pre-owned" replacement. It works OK, but on occasion will not respond, or just black out for a minute or so and then return. Not good when you urgently need to make a call. I recently met another Verizon 755p user, who also has encountered the very same issues and also needed to get a replacement phone. Bottom line, I wanted to really like this phone, but I wouldn't recommend it. I am seriously thinking about breaking my contract and looking at another product. Less

OK, but...

I've had a Treo 600, 650, and now the 755p (all with Sprint service). Each "upgrade" came with changes in the operating system that removed features I liked. This time around: The freakin' notification alarm for calendar events rings and rings and RINGS, instead of just ringing once. This is annoying,...More
I've had a Treo 600, 650, and now the 755p (all with Sprint service). Each "upgrade" came with changes in the operating system that removed features I liked. This time around: The freakin' notification alarm for calendar events rings and rings and RINGS, instead of just ringing once. This is annoying, infuriating and disruptive. Toward the end, my 650 wouldn't ring for many incoming calls. The 755p does the same thing, but not as frequently--again, infuriating, and unacceptable for someone who depends on his phone for his livelihood. Wish these issues didn't exist, as I prefer the simple Palm interface. Less
Amazon

good phone, even better if bought from Verizon

from Amazon
At the time of writing this phone is listed here on Amazon for $215. But Verizon offers it for $100 ($150 less $50 mail-in rebate), which is what I paid. However, Verizon is discontinuing the 755p to focus on the cheaply built Palm Centro. They allow Centro users to have a $30 data plan, but 755p user...More
At the time of writing this phone is listed here on Amazon for $215. But Verizon offers it for $100 ($150 less $50 mail-in rebate), which is what I paid. However, Verizon is discontinuing the 755p to focus on the cheaply built Palm Centro. They allow Centro users to have a $30 data plan, but 755p users must pay $45. They could not explain the reason to me. Note that Verizon pushes their own 'wireless sync' e-mail solution, but that is a slow and bloated method of getting e-mail. Verizon does it to get control over your e-mail access. They made Palm leave out the Versamail program from the Verizon version of the 755p (it is provided on the Sprint 755p). Fortunately Palm makes it available for free separately, and it is perfectly legal to download and install Versamail. (Works on the Centro as well.) Versamail is simple and quick. Less
Amazon

Excellent Phone, Decent PDA ; Much Better than Windows Mobile Phones

from Amazon
Treo 755 (Verizon) has the one of the best voice and sound quality that I have ever had in a cell phone. Since 1992, I have used 3 Motorola, 1 Kyocera, 1 Samsung, 1 Nokia and 1 HTC phones. Two of them were Windows Mobile based and really bad. Windows Mobile phones freeze all the time and although have...More
Treo 755 (Verizon) has the one of the best voice and sound quality that I have ever had in a cell phone. Since 1992, I have used 3 Motorola, 1 Kyocera, 1 Samsung, 1 Nokia and 1 HTC phones. Two of them were Windows Mobile based and really bad. Windows Mobile phones freeze all the time and although have lot of bells and whistles, most of the features don't work half the time. Palm software is much more intuitive to use and is more stable; but not without glitches. I have not been able to synchronize my calendar with Outlook on Treo. Keyboard on Treo 755p is cramped but you get used to it in a few days and begin to like it. The body is well contoured, clunky, fits nicely in hand and you can operate most functions, including keyboard, with one hand. Browser is bare minimum - you can't watch Youtube videos like you can on iPhone! Touchscreen is quick and responsive. Most applications are simple, unadorned but functional a.k.a. Google style. My main requirement in a smartphone is the ability to use Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, databases which I can do a lot better in Palm Treo than I could ever in Windows Pocket PC phones. They used to lock up. Two medical softwares that I use, UpToDate and Epocrates also work much better in Treo 755p than Windows Pocket PC phones. Web browsing is barely functional and nothing like iPhone but if you need to look up something on the web, you can do it. My son has iPhone which I have used and seriously considered before buying Treo 755p. Unarguably, iPhone has the best user interface, is the best multimedia device and has beautifully designed mobile browser; but is not a reliable phone. AT&T signal and coverage are not as good as Verizon, the voice quality on iPhone not great, the iPhone cannot be used as a cellular modem (without hacking). Keyboard, with hard keys, is better in palm. I have been able to use Treo 755p as a cellular modem with my laptop and have gotten speed in the range of 800-900 kbs. Overall I am satisfied with Treo 755p and consider it to be a good choice amongst the PDA phones - at least on Verizon & Sprint. Verizon has come out with Palm Centro now which is smaller and lot more pocketable. Lot of people complain of Treo not being multitasking. But how many tasks can you do in device with such a small screen? Windows Mobile is multitasking and so unstable. Palm is a tried and true reliable platform. Who knows what Palm's next Linux based OS will be like? They tried their hand at Windows Mobile and the result is an unstable Windows Mobile device. More the third party applications you install, the slower the phone responds. Therefore, my take on Smartphones and PDA Phones is: 1. Windows Mobile devices are awful and unusable most of the time. 2. Blackberries are primarily email devices with less PIM functionality and very little 3rd party software. 3. Symbian based devices like Nokia N95 are not that widely available on US carriers and neither are subsidized by them and don't have that much 3rd party software available. My experience with Nokia N95 is secondhand and I was not impressed. 4. iPhone is an awesome music and video player and has the best mobile browser but a below average phone. If you want an iPod with a great web browser and phone is secondary to you, then go for iPhone. 4. If you want a reliable phone with decent PDA functionality, palm devices are the way to go. Centro is compact & pocketable, an ideal PDA phone. Treo 755p is chunkier but still a good choice. Less
Amazon

A workhorse phone for busy connected people

from Amazon
I had the Motorola Q9m prior to this phone. Although Motorola is the best in my opinion for raw cell phone calling capability, that phone was terrible at everything else. But this is not about that device. This is about the Palm Treo, which is what I switched to after I found that the Q9m is actuall...More
I had the Motorola Q9m prior to this phone. Although Motorola is the best in my opinion for raw cell phone calling capability, that phone was terrible at everything else. But this is not about that device. This is about the Palm Treo, which is what I switched to after I found that the Q9m is actually not compatible with most car kits that have phonebook capability. I got the Treo and I have been thrilled ever since. The Palm OS is something I used several years ago, and now coming back to it, it's like an old friend. All my old Palm apps still work great, and I really love that my Palm memos can be stored securely, requiring a password to unlock. This allows me to store personal information that I regularly need on the go, but I can password protect the information and feel confident that the information will not be compromised. With Windows devices, this is really not possible (I don't know about blackberry, though). For email, I recommend shelling out the extra $40 for chatteremail, a really fantastic email package that has many many features. Features that may frighten the casual user, but for the most part, the default setting are great and you can have fantastic email service on this device with little trouble. The free Versamail is good, but Chatteremail offers IMAP push, so messages on IMAP servers come through immediately. I get messages on my phone BEFORE they show up on my desktop nearly all the time. The phone calling functions are very good. Calls are not quite as good as with a phone like the RAZR, but still quite good, and better than any Samsung, LG or Nokia phone I have ever used, and I have used several models of each through various work duties. Bluetooth is very nice. With my Parrot car kit (a 3200 color kit), my "quick dial" contacts all synchronize well and it handles transfers of calls when I turn on and off the car very nicely. Bluetooth Hotsync with my PC works considerably slower than USB, but I don't care. It is not so time consuming that it bothers me. It is about as good as bluetooth gets. I love the quick dial ability. EVERY alpha or numeric key on the keyboard can be set to quick dial. I really like that because it is easier for me to remember a letter association with a quick dial than a number. The screen is really fantastic. It is really an ideal size. The resolution is quite good and a lot of information can fill the screen. Yet it is not too big, as the overall size of the phone I find quite tolerable. The brightness of the screen is excellent. I can use it in broad, direct, high-noon sunlight, and in fact it looks quite decent under such lighting. The touch screen works nicely, too. The phone comes with a screen protector. I highly recommend taking the time to apply it to the screen. Not only does it protect the screen, it actually makes it easier to clean (which surprised me). Take the time to apply it well, being careful not to introduce bubbles. I use the broad end of the stylus to push out the bubbles as I slowly lay it down from one side to the other. The web browser is something I have really come to appreciate tremendously. Blazer (the name of the browser) takes pages and reformats them for better viewing and scrolling on the small screen. Although Blazer does not do this for all web pages, it does it for many, and this is very nice for what I like to do. I also like the bookmarks tabs that can be setup. I setup one page of marks for news, one for entertainment, etc, etc. Many people complain about needing to reset. Although I agree this is something that has to be done more often than desired, it is my experience that a reset takes little time. In fact, a reset takes about 1/5th the time of a windows mobile reset. My Treo has plenty of apps and yet I do not need to reset all that often (once a week, maybe). I have only one gripe, and that is that it often has moments when it takes a second or two to "react" to an input. This is clearly a case of something happening in the background. An annoyance, but compared with the other smartphones, a minor price to pay. I do not use the media features, so I can not comment on them (eg music, video) although I have viewed a few youtube videos with no issues. The camera is a toy, producing crappy images, but this is what I would expect from a device that has no room for decent optics. This is truly my one-device-does all phone. Email, phone calls, contacts management, calendar appointments, tasks. I have it all in one place. I use it so much every day that I drain the battery by the end of the day. I need to get the larger battery (the Seidio extended battery without the extended door looks nice....). I highly recommend this phone. Less
Amazon

Why did I wait so long?

from Amazon
I had an earlier Samsung flip smartphone (sph-500) that I really liked, but declining battery life led me to research new options. The Treo 755p has exceeded my expectations on ease of use and the ability to accomodate a variety of downloaded apps. And since it is first and foremost a phone, the exce...More
I had an earlier Samsung flip smartphone (sph-500) that I really liked, but declining battery life led me to research new options. The Treo 755p has exceeded my expectations on ease of use and the ability to accomodate a variety of downloaded apps. And since it is first and foremost a phone, the excellent sound quality is much appreciated. Perhaps the most pleasant surprise has been the speed of web browsing - much faster on Sprint's network than the AT&T network for my work phone. Speaking of Sprint, I've actually had no trouble and the new CEO is making significant investment in upgrading the customer experience so I don't expect any issues of the type others experienced. I like the solid, ergonomic feel of the phone, and that it can be used conveniently one handed (with the option to flip for left handed users!). My last bit of advice would be to read the owners manual since I found several gems of infomation about features I didn't realize existed. Less
Amazon

Good phone with some flaws

from Amazon
I think it's a nice size with a lot of features arranged in an intuitive way. But here are some problems I've experienced after a few months of use: 1) The battery that comes with it is pretty weak. If you can't fully charge it more than once a day, you may run out. 2) The USB cord is really poorly...More
I think it's a nice size with a lot of features arranged in an intuitive way. But here are some problems I've experienced after a few months of use: 1) The battery that comes with it is pretty weak. If you can't fully charge it more than once a day, you may run out. 2) The USB cord is really poorly designed. It fits in sort of flimsily and comes unattached if you move it (you hear that two-note bell from your computer). Plus there's a sync button at the base of the cord, so I sometimes sync it when all I wanted to do was plug it in or take it out. 3) The "hang up" and "voice mail" buttons are in the same place on the screen. So you may be intending just to hang up, but you end up hanging up and calling voice mail. Less

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