yes it can! that's what i use
it is pn Verizon sprint and at&t
Depends, with Sprint I got: -Palm Centro -Home Charger -USB charger -Sprint CD With Hot Sync and other Info -Specail Sprint Charger (?) -Some Read This Fist Packet -some other Info with palm and your limited warranty
Palm Centro was created in 2007.
Actually the difference is the radios in the device. The Centro 685 uses a GSM radio which is more prevalent in Europe and good for travelers. The Centro 690 uses CMDA which is used by Sprint but doesn't work in the UK for instance (which I discovered on a business trip this year).
i would not recommend a palm centro. The palm trio is a bit better. But the palm centro is to hard to use. I would give the palm centro a 2 out of 5. but the trio 3.5 out of 5. It depends on your use. the palm centro is great for messaging and calendar. for more work related the treo is better.
If the palm centro has a sim card slot then it is an at&t phone (it should say that on the front) then go to an at&t retailer but if it doesn't it is most likely with sprint in which case you would have to call them to reactive the phone on a new plan.
You can't, according to Wikipedia Palm Centro uses XScale CPU, which is ARM architecture, not x86 which is required for Windows 95. Natively it can't run on Palm Centro.
Sprint: Palm Centro Altel: LG Scoop I'm sure there are others, but I don't know which ones!
The Palm Centro runs the palm operating system. It is very robust and you can find a lot of downloads for it. The Blackberry is a comparable device.
All the colors of the phone Palm Centro are:* Blue (NEW) * White * Pink * Black * Red * Navy Blue * Silver
We still use the Palm Centro for our office phones. We have 4 running now for over three years. The are very practical and durable.
Yes it does. It is a nice feature to have also!
yes. white, blue, and black
Yes, It comes with a stylus.
The Palm Centro cell phone was marketed by Palm Incorporated. It has been around since it's debut in October of 2007. It fell out of popularity by the end of 2009.
upgrade: about $200 not upgraded yet: about $400
it is just like the ok button like any other phone
Not sure, but I think its Justin Timberlake.
I would not think so because the Palm Centro didn't just come out, it came out about a couple of years so I would say that the prices are very cheap and low, like the BlackBerry the prices came down because the phone is not brand new. But the Droid is not that cheap so that is why I like the Palm Centro.
The Palm Pre cost about $99.99 from Sprint.