HTC HD2, Nokia 5230 and Motorola Zeppelin going to T-Mobile USA

08 February, 2010 | Comments (11) | Post your comment

T-Mobile USA is getting the good stuff in March - the HTC HD2, the Nokia Nuron (5230) and a Motorola CLIQ XT. Plenty of info about the T-Mobile HD2 already leaked, like more RAM for example, but nothing beats hearing that it's coming in a couple of months. The Motorola CLIQ XT we've seen before but rumor had it that it wouldn't be available outside of China.

We've known for a while that the HTC HD2 is coming to T-Mobile USA with its 576MB of RAM, but now we have an exact date - according to leaked slide, the HTC HD2 will launch on March 24th. Previous rumors also claimed that the US version of the HTC HD2 will come packed with a 16GB microSD card, instead a 2GB one like in European/Asian packages.

The Nokia 5230 launches a week earlier on March 17th, and is rebranded as Nokia Nuron. The Nuron will come with Ovi Store integration. It is the cheapest of Nokia's mid-range touch line up but still the Symbian-powered handset packs 3G connectivity, a 3.2" nHD touchscreen and a GPS receiver.

Finally, there's the Motorola CLIQ XT (not this CLIQ), which as it turns out is the Motorola Zeppelin. We already saw a version with two phone radios, one for a GSM network and one for a CDMA network. That version was most likely headed to China, so we don't know if the T-Mobile version will too be a GSM/CDMA hybrid.

The rumored specs of the Motorola CLIQ XT are a 3.1" 480x320 pixels touchscreen with Android running the show. The CLIQ XT also packs HSPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS, FM radio, a 5MP auto-focus camera with LED flash and interestingly an HDMI port.

The Motorola CLIQ XT is expected to launch on March 10th. A previously leaked roadmap puts it at a 220 euro (300 US dollars) price point.





HTC HD2, Nokia 5230 and Motorola Zeppelin going to T-Mobile USA - reader comments

  • Anonymous

Symbian is old. android is getting better and better. the end

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  • 2010-02-12 17:58
  • 9xqG
  • Anonymous

Wow, you make it sounds like Symbiam is soooo much better. Keep doing it then, and go with Symbiam then.

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  • 2010-02-09 17:35
  • kM2w
  • Anonymous

Not much chance of MS producing a WM7 in 2010, they have done almost nothing in the last decade so clearly they do not like moving quickly. Nobody is expecting much from them anymore and WM phones are not very popular. There are at least ten han...

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  • 2010-02-09 15:50
  • mpMr