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A blurry photograph of the low-cost, no-antenna, 3G/GSM version of the Palm Treo, code-named "Hollywood" and likely to be named the Treo 800p, started circulating today on the Web. Is it real?

Mike Elgan

April 19, 2006

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A blurry photograph of the low-cost, no-antenna, 3G/GSM version of the Palm Treo, code-named "Hollywood" and likely to be named the Treo 800p, started circulating today on the Web. Is it real?If real, as gadget blog Engadget points out, Hollywood may look vaguely Blackberry like -- wide, flat, thinner under the keypad and blackish -- as you can see below. The other thing worth pointing out is that the device is running not the Palm OS, but instead Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system.

The device is expected by some to ship in mid May from Cingular in the U.S.

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