Treo 180

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Treo 180
Media16 MB internal RAM
Operating systemPalm OS 3.5.2H
CPU33 MHz Dragonball
Display160x160 pixels, monochrome
16 shades
miniature QWERTY keyboard
TouchpadEntire screen
ConnectivityInfrared, USB
PowerProprietary non-removable rechargeable Li-ion battery
Dimensions4.25 x 2.8 x 0.83 in.
SuccessorTreo 180g

The Treo 180 is a dual-band GSM smartphone made by Handspring. Released in 2002,[1] it was the first device in the Treo family. Internet access was available using the Blazer browser.

It features a full keyboard and shipped with Palm OS version 3.5.2H. The 180 has a 160x160 monochrome screen, 16 MB of internal memory and a 33 MHz Dragonball CPU. Two main models were produced, the 180 with a thumb-type keyboard and the 180g which used the Graffiti handwriting recognition software, both were flip form factor.

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  1. ^ Strietelmeier, Julie (12 March 2002). "Handspring Treo 180 Review - The Gadgeteer". Retrieved 2021-12-29.