Specs include a 312MHz Intel processor, 64MB memory, quad-band/GPRS support (no 3G or Wi-fi here… though the latter can be added via the SDIO slot), and a VGA-resolution camera. That’s only 0.3 megapixels, but it is capable of video capture. The screen is a square-shaped 320×320 resolution, and as usual this Treo comes with the famous QWERTY keyboard. Bluetooth 1.2 and infrared round out the hardware features. Note that because this is the 6xx series, it is still running on Palm OS.
Say hello to the Palm® Treo™ 680 smartphone. It’s your phone along
with email, messaging, and web
access. Not to mention your contacts,
calendar, photos, and songs.
Sounds like a lot. And it is. But everything’s so easy to learn that you’ll actually use it, which makes
it anything but a typical phone.
The same goes for design. Pick it up and you’ll notice a large color touchscreen and an easy-type keyboard.
Since the Treo 680 is just the right size, you have the freedom to take it anywhere and still be
connected to friends, work, and family. Of course,
there’s also something called an "off" button, for when you don’t want to be connected at all.
(rollover image below to see closeup of colors)
Link: Palm Treo 680 Smartphone