It's the end of a saga - the HTC HD2, the Nokia 5230 Nuron and the Motorola CLIQ XT have arrived at the T-Mobile USA shop. It's been rumored many times before but the trio is available at long last - each one with a different OS, each one with a different thing going for it.
The HTC HD2 can rightfully claim it's the top dog of the Windows Mobile 6.5 world (no Windows Phone 7 for the HD2 however). Still, the hardware is excellent and whether WinPho 7 can beat WinMo 6 + Sense UI remains to be seen.
The HTC HD2 is available for 199 US dollars.
The Nokia 5230 Nuron on the other hand isn't the top dog of Symbian, but it's probably the cheapest SatNav you can find. It comes with Nokia Maps preinstalled along with a free voice guided navigation license. Also you can download whichever map you like and it doesn't use over-the-air data.
The Nokia 5230 Nuron can be yours for 69 bucks.
The Motorola CLIQ XT (or QUENCH outside the US) is a solid mid-range entry into the world of Android. Plus, 5MP camera and MOTOBLUR UI (which we quite liked on the Motorola BACKFLIP) sound like a bargain.
The Motorola CLIQ XT is priced at 129 dollars.