While Vodafone’s SFR is getting ready to release the HTC Magic (G2) in France, Orange will apparently launch the HTC Dream (G1) in the same country.
SVM reports that, starting March 5, the largest French mobile operator will sell the HTC Dream for €99 with a contract agreement for 2 years and the Origami Star Plus plan (€42 per month).
And since SFR will out the HTC Magic a bit later, Orange should become the first carrier to offer an Android smartphone in France.
Orange’s Dream / G1 will feature a full AZERTY keyboard, a 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen display with 320 x 480 pixels, HSDPA connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, digital compass, a 3.2MP camera and so on.
The G1 is already available in the US, UK, Germany an other countries, sold via T-Mobile.
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