updated 08:15 pm EDT, Tue March 16, 2010
T-Mobile Cliq XT to cost $99, HD2 and Nuron dated
The latest leaked documents from provider T-Mobile reveal shipping dates and prices for a few anticipated handsets. Unlike a leak from the start of the month that had the Cliq XT priced at $130 with a two-year contract, the newest screen captures indicate that the phone will cost $100 instead. The Nuron, meanwhile, has reportedly been delayed by a week and is now due out on March 24th.
The Nuron will require a $10 data plan, and cost just $70 on a two-year term, or $180 contract-free. It will be among the least expensive 3G handsets at T-Mobile, the touchscreen device will have a 2-megapixel camera and built-in GPS. Ovi Maps will be free, and Ovi Store comes preloaded.
At the same time, the launch date for the HTC HD2 at T-Mobile is also March 24th. Other than 3G network compatibility, the Windows Mobile 6.5 champion will have Barnes & Noble's e-book app and video apps from Blockbuster and MobiTV preloaded. At the same time, Transformers movies will be preloaded, and buyers will get free access to Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi for six months. [via TmoNews]
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