T-Mobile will be launching four new Android Smartphones this summer in UK, the company has revealed.
The new Smartphones appeared on the company’s UK website are the Samsung Galaxy S II, the HTC ChaCha Smartphone, LG’s Optimus 3D and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo.
According to the company, the Samsung Galaxy S II, powered by a dual core 1.2 GHz processor will hit the company’s stores in June. However, according to reports, the device will not be a unique offering by the company as it is also likely to be made available by other British operators.
In the same month, the company will also launch its HTC ChaCha powered by the Android OS. The HTC ChaCha is equipped with a very impressive QWERTY keyboard, a powerful 5 MP camera with LED flash and very high end music features which along with the other exciting features, should make the device a very formidable opponent of the Galaxy S 2.
Somewhere around this same time, the company will also be launching the LG Optimus 3D - the first 3D enabled device by LG which has certainly created a lot of hypes over the past few months with its sleek design and some very amazing features.
The last on the list, but not the least is the Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo powered by Android 2.3 will hit the T-Mobile stores all across the UK in July.