The 750 is the U.S. version of the 750v and will be available for $400 (after mail-in rebate) with new two-year service activation. It features a 300 MHz Samsung processor, 60MB of user-available memory, 240 x 240 TFT touch screen, Bluetooth 1.2, miniSD card slot, 1.3-megapixel camera, and Windows Mobile 5.0. General manager of the Mobile and Embedded Devices Division at Microsoft is particularly proud of the latter feature because the 750 is "the first Windows Mobile powered Treo running on a 3G GSM network to the United States." He goes on to say that "the familiarity of Windows Mobile, combined with Cingular’s 3G network and the Palm experience, delivers a great phone that’s easy to use, fast and will help people stay connected to the information they care about."
The UMTS-enabled 750 ships with a free upgrade to Cingular’s mobile broadband (HSDPA) later this year.[Press release]