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U.S. Cellular launch HTC Desire for $200

We're big HTC Desire fans here at Android Community, and so it comes as great news to hear that U.S. Cellular have finally got around to selling the smartphone in the US.  Hitherto Europe/Asia only, the Desire is priced at $199.95 after a mail-in rebate and presuming a new, two-year agreement; it's not available on prepaid plans. The actual model is the so-called Super LCD variant that HTC switched to producing after facing ongoing AMOLED panel shortages.  Otherwise it's the same as we've seen before, so you get a 5-megapixel autofocus camera, HTC Sense interface, Android 2.1, 1GHz Snapdragon CPU and an 8GB microSD card in the box.

HTC Desire Landing on US Cellular Shelves on August 27th

August is turning out to be a pretty big month for Android, and not just in the software side of things. With the launch of plenty of Android-based devices, on several networks here in the States, it should come as no surprise that some of the regional carriers out here want to get their hands on some high-profile devices. For one such carrier, US Cellular, the HTC Desire is their device of choice.

Four Android Phones to be offered by US Cellular in 2010

Four phones are planned to be brought to customers throughout the year. This will start off next year with the Samsung Acclaim. The first phone, the slide phone QWERTY will come out July 9th, shortly followed by the HTC Desire. The devices and manufacturers for the other two is yet to be decided by US Cellular.

Samsung Acclaim for US Cellular Hitting Shelves on July 9th

The Samsung Acclaim, an Android slider phone will be released July the 9th. Not much information has been released by US Celluar on the specs or an Android version. The most info. floating about on the web is it has a 3.2 inch HVGA screen and a stock Eclair installation.
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