Telstra Wants in on Android, Launching Galaxy S II and XOOM Next Month?
Motorola is currently leading the Honeycomb race, thanks to their Motorola XOOM, and now it looks it’s landing in Australia, as Ausdroid is reporting that Telstra will be launching the Motorola XOOM in Australia next month. No word on the price at the moment, but I think the contract price will be similar to the one here in the States. Telstra is one of the leading mobile networks in Australia, which was formerly owned by Australian government. Their device line-up is very good, and they are offering a lot of great devices.
They are also planning to launch the Samsung Galaxy S II, which is at the moment one of the most anticipated smartphones. Bluetooth SIG has approved the Samsung Galaxy S II GT-i900T,and it’s also showing that the device will be available in Australia. Can you see T in front of the Galaxy S II model number? The T means that the device is headed to Telstra, in Australia. We’ll have to wait and see on this one. It’s rumored that it’s coming out next month, fingers crossed.
So, our Australian readers out there, are you excited about these two new devices that are coming your way?
Source: Unwired View
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