|Tue Oct 1, 2002 - 10:04 AM EDT - By Marcus Adolfsson|
You now hopefully have an upgraded Treo in front of you. Here is a partial list of changes due to the upgrade.
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) enabled!
GPRS is a way to connect to the Internet. Some of the major features of Treo's GPRS support are:
New Mute Button
The Treo communicator now have microphone mute button - allowing you to manage conference more effectively and provide user flexibility
Instant Access to Speakerphone
You no longer have to wait for a call to connect to access the speakerphone function.
Faster Contact List
Improved speed when looking up and dialing names from the Contacts list.
Enhanced navigation between voice and data functions
If you are in the middle of a data session and you receive a voice call, Treo will give you the option to answer the call or send it to voicemail. If you answer the voice call, it will put the data call on hold and resume downloading once you have completed the voice call.
Better Web Browsing on Blazer
On a Treo 180 and 180g you can now use the rocker switch on Treo to scroll and click on embedded links in Web pages for one-handed navigation. You can also enter text directly into Web pages-no more waiting for a text window to pop-up. (Functionality already exists on Treo 270.)
Hyperlink support in the SMS application - email addresses, phone numbers and web urls in the messages are now actionable with the jog switch or the stylus
You can now bar certain incoming and/or outgoing calls.
Various Updates and Fixes
Minor updates and bug fixes for the Phonebook and SMS application.
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