T-Mobile has officially announced it would introduce three new Android handsets on November 3. As expected, the handsets are Motorola Defy, LG Optimus T, and T-Mobile Comet (which is a re-branded Huawei Ideos).
This is the first time that T-Mobile officially mentions the Comet. The Huawei-made smartphone will come with Android 2.2 Froyo on-board, featuring a 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen display, 3G, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, Google Maps, 3.2MP camera, 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, and a 528MHz processor.
T-Mobile will sell the Comet both on contract (for only $9.99) and on pre-pay, for “less than $200” (which could mean $199.99).
T-Mobile will also launch new low-cost plans – not starting November 3, but in time for the holiday season. The new plans are called “Web – 200MB” ($10 per month) and “Web – Unlimited” ($30 per month). For $14.99 more, customers will also be able to add a Tethering and Wi-Fi Sharing plan to the Web – Unlimited plan.
You can find out more here at T-Mobile.
If you liked the post, you might find these interesting too:
- T-Mobile announces new plans and tethering, to become available on November 14
- T-Mobile Comet (Huawei Ideos) Android Froyo phone coming to the US on November 3?
- T-Mobile launches two new unlimited plans on April 13, starting at $59.99 per month
- AT&T’s iPhone 4G to feature tethering at launch; AT&T intros cheaper (non-unlimited) data plans
- Verizon announces new (and cheaper) unlimited voice plans