The browser sucks on this thing. But it could be a good phone for someone who doesn't use the Internet on their phone, or a damn good $30 PDA if you don't use the phone features. And you can install Rogue and single player Scrabble on it, which Android won't accept.
If you have thin fingers, it's a good PagePlus candidate if you don't need data, and just want to talk/text. Verizon device, no need to hack anything, just *228 after activating on PP.
Wouldn't call it a "damn good" PDA considering you can get Android 4.0 smartphones like HTC One V for $50 on deals, and use Wi-Fi to do some major PDA'ing.
posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 11:41a
Pretty useless phone in today's world IMO.
Hard to carry, hard to type, unable to surf on internet, little too big to make calls etc etc
Might be a good paperweight though.....
posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 12:20p
I have the "newer" version of this phone that doesn't have the antenna nub on top. It served it's purpose back in the day but now it's sitting in the closet for the past 4 years. If you have use for this brick you can have it for free. I live in the Los Angeles area. I can't believe Sears is asking $30 for it.
posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 12:25p
who uses palms anymore? lol
posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 12:28p
f2000sa said: I am thinking to trade in this to HTC for $100.
jhatka said: There are plenty of $20 phones if you just want to use for making calls and other stuff.
could you please to share where to get one for tmobile; thanks
posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 1:39p
StevenColorado said: you can install Rogue and single player Scrabble on it, which Android won't accept.
I have 2 old Treos sitting in my closet (a Treo 600 and a Treo 650). They were awesome for their time, and how I miss the single-player, ad-free Scrabble game, which I can only dream of having on my ultra-modern Android phone!
posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 2:05p
posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 2:11p
lutgaya said: little too big to make calls etc etc I've seen lots of people hold a much bigger Android phone up to their face to make a call!
Miss my old Treo! But not enough to buy a new one
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posted: Mar. 22, 2013 @ 2:14p
This thing is what started my phone obsession (the PalmOS version, though).
Not that it has anything to do with the Treo (ahhh memories...), but most of those 100,000 are not native apps. They are android apps basically running in an emulator. That means they doesn't generally run as well or have the same function as apps designed for the OS.
Not that it has anything to do with the Treo (ahhh memories...), but most of those 100,000 are not native apps. They are android apps basically running in an emulator. That means they doesn't generally run as well or have the same function as apps designed for the OS. To dispel further misinformation about the new Blackberry BlackBerry 10 breaks 100k app barrier with help from Android ports
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