updated 02:15 pm EST, Tue March 2, 2010
T-Mobile leak shows Cliq XT, HD2, Nuron prices
A leaked T-Mobile price sheet has surfaced and has revealed provider T-Mobile's pricing for the HTC HD2, Motorola Cliq XT and Nokia Nuron. The HD2 is a Windows Mobile 6.5-powered smartphone equipped with a 4.3-inch touchscreen and will reportedly cost a relatively low $200 after a rebate with a two-year contract. Contract-free, the handset will cost $450, and those who commit to a data plan will not need to send away for their rebate check.
The Cliq XT will be the first touch-only Motorola phone with the company's in-house MOTOBLUR interface. The Android 1.5 device will have Flash Lite built-in, along with a 5-megapixel camera, what is believed to be a 3.1-inch touchscreen, 3G network support, a GPS sensor and a Wi-Fi connection. The leak shows a $130 pre-contract price, or a $330 unsubsidized price. Again, opting for a data plan eliminates the need to pay the full price and wait for a rebate check.
The Nokia Nuron, which is not shown on the image as it's apparently out of the frame, is said to cost $70 with a plan or $180 without. Details on this handset are scarce, though it is expected to have a 640x360-pixel touchscreen, a 2-megapixel camera and a GPS sensor.
An earlier report, also based on a leak, dated the Cliq XT at T-Mobile on March 10th and the HD2 on the 24th. A release date for the Nuron is unofficially slated for the 17th. [via TmoNews]