T-Mobile is scheduled to launch Comet with Android 2.2 on November 3. It’s going to be the first entry-level smartphone with Android OS that will be available to both prepaid and postpaid customers. Not only will this device feature Android 2.2 OS, but it will have access to thousands of apps through Android Market.

And if that’s not enough to get you excited about this new device, it also features T-Mobile’s 3G and WiFi networks, Google Search, Google Map, voice search, voice dialing, and voice navigation, just to name a few. This device is geared towards first-time smartphone users wanting to stay connected with family and friends while being able to navigate easily through different sites. It also features a 3.0 megapixel camera, GPS, music and video player, and touchscreen with Swype. We think it looks pretty amazing, and has so lots of great features for someone not sure about getting a high end smartphone right away. This seems like it could compete with other smartphones out there, at least for beginners.

[via tmonews]