According to a news post on Smarthouse.com.au, Palm is about to release a Windows Mobile 6 update for its Treo 750 and it will be available first in Australia to customers of 3. The update should be available in the next couple of weeks from Palm's Australian website and apparently other customers will be able to download it from next month.
Palm's Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, Olivier Rozay said, "Building upon the successful launch of the Treo 750 in Australia earlier this year, Palm is pleased to introduce the new Windows Mobile 6 update to the Treo 750 smartphone. The hallmark Palm experience combined with the Windows Mobile 6 Professional Edition on the award-winning Treo 750 delivers a compelling mobile experience to customers."
It's great to see that some things actually come to Australia first, even though this might not be the most important event ever. Then there's of course the question of how many people in Australia own a Treo 750, but I guess we shouldn't complain, no matter how many or how few users there are.
You can check out our guide on how to upgrade to Windows Mobile 6 from Windows Mobile 5, although the Palm upgrade procedure might be slightly different from the once we described. You can read the guide here.
You can find Palm's Australian website here