Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro and HTC WIldfire Give Australia More Small, Low-Priced Androids


Telstra is rounding out its Android library with the introduction of two new entry-level phones in the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini and HTC Wildfire. Not surprising considering they already play host to what could be considered the respective elders of each of these handsets, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and HTC Desire. The X10 Mini Pro will be available in early August at an unspecified price, though chances are it will be free on some contracts.


The Widlfire doesn’t have any details to go with it concerning pricing or release date, but expect it in the late summer/early fall at the latest. Again, this one should be offered at a fairly reasonable price considering Telstra’s tendency to hand phones out for free on contract.


[via Unwired View]

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  1. Any idea on pricing? Telstra had the same 3G bands as AT&T but their Desire costs $800. Wildfire is an interesting phone and I know somebody who wants an X10 Mini Pro (no fricking clue why. Tried talking him out and no go). Could be worth recommending to somebody.

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