AT&T will start offering Sony Ericsson Vivaz on 5 September for 80 US dollars, while T-Mobile USA is already selling Motorola Charm for 75 US dollars. Both prices apply for a 2-year commitment.
The Symbian-powered Vivaz will launch in AT&T in two colors - Galaxy Blue and Venus Ruby. The extravagant Ruby color will be available for a limited period of time only.
Sony Ericsson Vivaz costs 80 US dollars (after 50 US dollars rebate) on a two-year AT&T contract.
The droidish Motorola Charm so far doesn't have its Euro impersonation. It is also available in two colors - Golden Bronze and Cabernet. There are no limitations here, just sign a two-year T-Mobile US contract and it's yours for 75 US dollars (after a 75 US dollar mail-in rebate).
"Vivaz has been available in Australia for ages too, and that is part of the Asia/Pacific region. Also, $75 upfront PLUS a 2 year contract for these low-mid end devices? My gosh, the US market rips people off don't they. These things go for...
Wil we see this phone's in INDIA?
What's wrong with covering more product portfolios? If you don't like low/mid end phones, nobody can force you to read everything.