Sprint Palm Treo Pro phone debuts on March 15

Palm Treo Pro phone The highly anticipated Palm Treo Pro smartphone is all set to make its debut on Sprint Mobile broadband network. The phone offers robust internet features and is also the first Palm phone available with Internet Explorer 6.

Based on Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system, the Palm Treo Pro phone allows business users to stay connected and perform their work with great efficiency without sacrificing work productivity. It sports a high resolution color display screen and a full QWERTY keyboard.

“Business decision makers require a product that not only integrates seamlessly into their existing IT infrastructures, but one that’s also cost-effective,” adds John Traynor, vice president, business products, Palm, Inc. “Treo Pro delivers just that – a feature set that IT managers need to support their mobile work force.”

Equipped with one-touch Wi-Fi button, the Palm Treo Pro phone allows users to rapidly connect at home, office or in Wi-Fi hotspots. The phone integrates the Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 that can deliver enhanced security, access to information on the corporate network and easier smartphone management.

Users can easily stay connected with their friends and family. The phone offers users the Sprint IM with access to Yahoo Messenger, MSN Messenger and AOL service. The Palm Treo Pro phone packs in various other features like Sprint TV, Sprint Music, Pocket Express, provides a talktime of upto 5 hours and lots more.

The Palm Treo Pro phone will be available via Sprint from March 15, 2009. The phone retails at $199.99 after $100 mail in rebate and a two year service agreement.