After completely failing to keep this device
on the DL for the past month or so, Palm has managed to even blow the official announcement, since TechWorld accidentally posted the release a bit early. The article, titled "Palm version of Treo 700 arrives," confirms that the phone will be announced on May 15th, just like CNET said
, and will be released by both Sprint and Verizon for operation on their EV-DO networks. The piece also mentions a 1.3 megapixel camera, 128MB of memory, a 312MHz Intel XScale processor, and DUN capability. The 700p is referred to as the second of four devices to be released this year, which bodes well for people holding out for the other rumored models
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