T-Mobile USA has had great difficulties keeping the HTC HD2 in stock at its website, but this highly sought after model is once again available. This is good news for those interested in the most powerful Windows phone on the market today.
The HTC HD2 is one of the stronger iPhone competitors on the market, and T-Mobile USA is trying to lure users of Apple's smartphone from AT&T by offering $100 when they buy an HD2 and trade in their iPhone.
T-Mobile is once again sold out of the HTC HD2. This high-end Windows phone debuted just a couple of weeks ago, but hasn't actually been available for much of this time because demand is exceeding supply.
LG is reportedly working on its first high-end smartphone running Google's Android OS. Many details remain unknown, but the LG Aloha will supposedly have a WVGA screen and a physical keyboard, as well as 3G and Wi-Fi.
T-Mobile USA launched the HTC HD2 last week, but as a sign of how eagerly anticipated this Windows phone was, it sold out within hours. However, this high-end model with a 4.3-inch display and 1 GHz processor is now available again.
One of the most important phone-related tradeshows of the year was held this week. The spring CTIA show saw the unveiling of several new smartphones, all of which will run Google's Android OS, including the HTC EVO 4G, Samsung Galaxy S, Motorola i1, and Dell Aero.
AT&T announced this week that it is going to be offering the Palm Pre Plus in the coming months. Palm had this model on display at the CTIA tradeshow this week, and so Brighthand's Site Editor got some time with this upcoming smartphone.
The Nokia Nuron is now available from T-Mobile USA. This Symbian-powered smartphone has a large touchscreen, 3G access, support for Nokia's free navigation service with turn-by-turn directions, and a low pricetag.
AT&T has pre-announced its plans to offer the Dell Aero, a re-branded version of Dell's first smartphone running Google's Android OS. Expected some time later this year, this model will include an alternate user interface created especially for it.
Palm announced today that both its most recent smartphones are headed for AT&T, the third major U.S. wireless carrier to pick up webOS-based devices. Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus are consumer-focused models with 3G, Wi-Fi, and hardware keyboards.
T-Mobile has introduced the Motorola Cliq XT, its fifth device running Google's Android OS. This touchscreen-based device has been created for those looking for their first smartphone. It has a low price, but not quite as low as had been thought.
Google has just introduced a version of the Nexus One that fully supports AT&T's cellular-wireless network, including its 3G service. Until now, the flagship Android OS smartphone has been available only to T-Mobile customers.
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