Some of the most interesting devices introduced at this year's MWC will hit UK stores in a few short weeks. Here are the current market details about HTC Desire, HTC Legend, Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini and its QWERTY keyboard Pro version plus the Motorola Milestone.
We spin off with an immediate release - the Motorola Milestone has been around the UK market in the past few months but only as an Expansys exclusive. As of today Carphone Warehouse has started stocking up as well, so you should be able to get it from there with a contract of your choice.
You can even get it for free if you sign a contract with Orange, T-Mobile or Vodafone. Monthly fees start at 30 GBP.
Next up on the Market Update list are the two latest Android smartphones by HTC - the HTC Desire and the HTC Legend. Amazon UK should be shipping those on 1 April and they are already listed for pre-order. Hopefully, that's not an early April Fools' joke. The HTC Desire costs 529 GBP (583 euro) while it's cheaper bro, the HTC Legend, sells for 400 GBP (approximately 442 euro).
A couple of weeks later, on 13 April, Expansys will start selling the tiny Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini pro and the even tinier X10 mini. The X10 mini pro can be yours for 340 GBP (375 euro) while the keyboard-less X10 mini will cost 40 GBP less, 300 GBP (or 331 euro).
Two more Sony Ericsson devices are about to start shipping within a month. The Vivaz, which is already available for preorder, will hit the shelves on 12 March on Vodafone network. The long awaited Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 is also expected to become available in either March (at T-Mobile UK) or maybe sometime in April (at Vodafone UK).
What?! 340GBP for x10 mini pro? no way!!!! that phone should be cheaper....... but looking at the expansys, it's expected price 289.35GBP..........and THAT sholud be the the price!
In that case, company who first had the idea of mobile phone (motorola or nokia?) should patented it first, so ever other company can't make cellular phones. Nice move apple!
Omg the x10 mini duo are so expensive, I thought they were going to be entry level due to their simplistic specs... A €300+ device with qvga, tiny screen, seriously? Well, I hope they die. Nokia I love you. my 5530's screen resolution, and audio ca...