The Motorola Milestone 2, the GSM version of the Droid 2, is finally about to become available in Europe. And a great timing it is, considering its main competitor, the HTC Desire Z, has just started to be sold too.
Amazon Germany has the Milestone 2 up on its site and ready to be ordered. It will set you back 500 euros with free shipping and will be dispatched starting on November 9.
This probably means that we’ll soon see the Milestone 2 being up for order in many more countries, and it’s about time, considering how much time has passed since we’ve first heard about it. So for those interested in top of the line, Android 2.2-running, QWERTY-packing smartphones, in a short while you’ll have not one, but two to choose from.
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