Three recently unveiled smartphones are coming to T-Mobile UK very soon. Those are the Symbian^3-based Nokia C7 and the Android-running HTC Desire HD and LG Optimus One P500. Two of the phones are expected to head for the T-Mobile UK stores in October, while the other one should start shipping a month later.
After a whole summer of silence we finally got to enjoy a really busy week. One after another almost all leading mobile phone manufacturers released new devices. And three of them, Nokia C7, HTC Desire HD and LG Optimus One P500 are coming to the T-Mobile stores across the UK quite soon.
If you happen to have missed some of them, let's take a look at their specs sheets. The Nokia C7 is among the latest Symbian^3-driven smartphones. It packs an AMOLED capacitive touchscreen measuring good 3.5 inches, a 680MHz processor, 256MB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage (expandable through the microSDHC card slot) and an 8MP fixed-focus camera, which is capable of taking 720p HD videos. The thing is already up for pre-order in Germany and Spain, where it is priced at 429 euro.
The HTC Desire HD can now be pre-ordered as well. Under its hood you'll find a zippy 1GHz Snapdragon processor, good 768MB of RAM memory and 1.5GB of storage. Also on board there is a huge 4.3" TFT capacitive touchscreen, a promising 8MP autofocus sharpshooter with 720p HD video recording and a lot more goodies.
As for the LG Optimus One P500, it is going to T-Mobile UK as a Navigation Edition. In its retail box you should find enclosed a car cradle and in-car charger. Instead of some true GPS navigation software though you'll only get the Google Maps app. The smartphone runs Android 2.2 and is powered by a 600MHz processor. Like the two phones we spoke a second ago, it also sports an built-in GPS receiver as well as HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. On the back you'll find a 3 megapixel autofocus camera.
There is still no word from T-Mobile UK on those phones prices.
Once again, Nokia releases old school stuff and calls it a competitive "smart phone". Only Nokia fanboys would keep spouting things like Nokia owns the smartphone market. Funny, Nokia just kicked their old CEO out and even the person in cha...
I hope O2 UK get the LG Optimus One and Chic, as I don't like changing providers.
Same goes for "LCD display" :)