Motorola Milestone hits the UK on December 7, exclusively through Expansys

Already available in the US as Motorola Droid, Motorola Milestone will be released in the UK on December 7.

For the beginning, the Milestone will be sold exclusively via Expansys and, interestingly, you’ll only be able to buy it unlocked (thus unsubsidized), for £449.99 (about €495 or $744).

Starting 2010, the world’s first Android 2.0 smartphone will also be available on contract, although there’s no word yet on what British carriers plan to offer it.

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In case you don’t know yet, Motorola Milestone is one of the nicest Android handsets ever, featuring stuff like a 3.7 inch WVGA touchscreen display, full QWERTY keyboard, HSDPA/HSUPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera and lots of Google services.

Via Electricpig

Author: Ilinca Nita

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    Motorola DROID closes in on its one-million-sold target?
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    It comes as no surprise to us that the Motorola DROID has been seeing some really successful sales numbers since its release. As a matter of fact, it is getting mighty close to its target of finding one million hands by the end of the fourth quarter. Actual sales figures are reported to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 700,000 to 800,000 devices sold, which is nearing Verizon and Motorola’s goal and already well over analyst predictions. If Verizon sees a big holiday push, that number can easily crawl over the one million mark. It doesn’t hurt to have a $100 million ad campaign — it’s definitely paying off, but what we want to know is how many of you contributed to those sales numbers and if you’re happy with your decision so far.

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  • http://www.motorolazine.biz/ MotoZine

    Motorola DROID closes in on its one-million-sold target?
    by Marc Flores on November 30th, 2009 at 5:09pm

    It comes as no surprise to us that the Motorola DROID has been seeing some really successful sales numbers since its release. As a matter of fact, it is getting mighty close to its target of finding one million hands by the end of the fourth quarter. Actual sales figures are reported to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 700,000 to 800,000 devices sold, which is nearing Verizon and Motorola’s goal and already well over analyst predictions. If Verizon sees a big holiday push, that number can easily crawl over the one million mark. It doesn’t hurt to have a $100 million ad campaign — it’s definitely paying off, but what we want to know is how many of you contributed to those sales numbers and if you’re happy with your decision so far.

    Source: http://motorolazine.biz/index.php?topic=640.0