Here’s some good news for Android lovers over in Australia: Telstra, the country’s largest mobile carrier, is getting ready to launch two new high-end Android handsets (both running Gingerbread).
The launch of the Shooter / Evo 3D via Telstra isn’t confirmed yet, but Australian customers would surely want to have this handset, since it comes with a qHD 3D display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and a 5MP camera with 3D video recording.
The second new Android smartphone that’s reportedly headed to Telstra is the Samsung Galaxy S Plus i9001 – yes, the improved version (1.4GHz processor, 1650 mAh battery) of the Galaxy S i9000 that was released last year.
We know that Telstra also plans to launch the Galaxy S II i9100 (sometime in July), so it will probably offer the Galaxy S Plus as a cheaper alternative to the S II.
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