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Treo 180g

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Treo 180g
Media16 MB internal RAM
Operating systemPalm OS 3.5.2H
CPU33 MHz Dragonball
Display160x160 pixels, monochrome
16 shades
TouchpadEntire screen
ConnectivityInfrared, USB
PowerProprietary non-removable rechargeable Li-ion battery
Dimensions4.25 x 2.8 x 0.83 in.
PredecessorTreo 180
SuccessorTreo 270

The Treo 180g is a dual-band GSM smartphone made by Handspring.


Released in 2002, it was the third device in the Treo family. The 180g is essentially the same as its predecessor, the Treo 180, except that it uses Palm's proprietary Graffiti handwriting recognition software.

It features a Graffiti area in place of the Treo 180's miniature QWERTY keyboard and shipped with Palm OS version 3.5.2H. The 180g 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 uses the Graffiti handwriting recognition software, both were flip form factor.[1] At its release it costed 400 dollars.[2]


  1. ^ "Handspring Treo 180, 180g, 270 Coming in 2002". www.palminfocenter.com. Retrieved 2023-10-23.
  2. ^ "Pen Computing Magazine: Handspring Treo 180/180g". pencomputing.com. Retrieved 2023-10-23.