Following up on yesterday’s half confirmation, Palm has launched an official page for the Treo Pro.
Final specifications have been confirmed by Palm and the device will feature triband W-CDMA access with HSDPA high speed data access, quadband GSM/EDGE radio, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi radio with WPA encryption support, Bluetooth 2.0 with stereo audio support, speakerphone and built-in GPS transceiver.
As a further incentive for purchase, the device will be sold unlocked directly from Palm with no pricing or availability details available at this time.
This morning, Palm quietly confirmed the existence of the heretofore rumored Treo Pro smart device which will be running Windows Mobile 6.1, feature a 3.5mm headphone jack, Wi-Fi with dedicated button found on the 800w, GPS access, 256 MB of ROM and 128 MB RAM,Â directional pad with the Palm logo on the device, a 320×320 touch display flush with the rest of the device, microSDHC slot, and larger keyboard based on the Centro design.
The device had first been rumored as far back as the spring of this year and has slowly been revealed further thanks to another leak courtesy of a Flash presentation found on Palm’s site last week before it was removed. Though the related press images mark Palm’s tacit confirmation of the device, the company did not solicit a press release, leaving the price and availability details without confirmation at this time.