Telstra, Australia’s largest mobile operator, has announced no less than four new Android smartphones, all running 2.3 Gingerbread: Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S, Motorola Defy+, LG Optimus Spirit, and the Telstra QWERTY Touch.
Both the Motorola Defy+ and the LG Optimus Spirit are already available. The rugged Defy+ can be bought online here, while the Optimus Spirit (which is just a rebranded Optimus Net) can be bought here (it costs $149 on pre-pay).
As for the Xperia Arc S, this will bring its slim body, its 1.4GHz processor and its 3D-capable camera to Telstra on November 15.
The Telstra QWERTY Touch – which is pictured above and is probably manufactured by ZTE – will become available on November 15, too, offering a full QWERTY keyboard, and costing only $129 outright (on prepay).
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