T-Mobile Comet

If the T-Mobile Comet has piqued your interest, the read on, friend. The phone formerly known as the Huawei Ideos is expected to drop this week -- Nov. 3 to be exact -- and we've been handed every last little details on the phone. It's not being billed has a high-end device, and nor should it be. But it is being billed as the first entry-level Google phone (Google experience, that is), with Android 2.2, Wifi b/g/n and all the bells and whistles that come along with that title.

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There are 10 comments

Smokexz says:

I think more people might be getting the Mytouch 4g over this... its got a bigger screen and a ffc

another low mediocre phone for tmo, why is that not surprising.

thegreatheed says:

T-mobile is full of low mediocre phones like the vibrant, the g2, and the my touch 4g, right?

you just proven my point, out of all the android phones tmo have only three of them are not low end phones. those 3 phones range from mid to high end.

MowDownJoe says:

...Wait, a low-end device with stock Android? And all the recent high-end devices, sans the G2, have some kind of skin on them... something's backwards here.

frozencloud says:

this isnt the type of phone i would get, but for the average consumers the more options the merrier.

icebike says:

Geeze I wish other phones came with such a complete brochure.

This looks like it's aimed at families with kids to buy lots of phones for.

A 2.8 inch screen?? WTF....

NoSpin says:

Jesus guys you know this phone is for the average consumer/teenager not the crazy tech geeks like us right?

Looks like a solid phone to get some people into Android! Now if they could just stop requiring data for wifi enabled phones that would be great....

spiney says:

Buy it as a pay-as-you go and just put a voice SIM in it?