You can't help people sometimes. Sometimes, they're just resistant to change. When discussing the two HTC product chains--Android and Windows Mobile--HTC chief executive for France stated that HTC "will always have more flagship products on Windows Mobile". It's interesting that HTC said that because Android is the hot, new operating system that garners so much media attention while Windows...
We always thought that the I7500 in the Samsung I7500 sounded a little too complicated for regular, consumer usage--it just had to0 many digits, didn't it? Apparently, France's Bouygues Telecom thought the same. They pulled the smart move and re-named the former Samsung I7500 as the new Samsung Galaxy. Don't worry, it still packs the same goodness as the I7500, just with a much catchier name.And...
It looks like an HTC Magic party is brewing! France is joining in the fun with SFR releasing the HTC Magic on May 6th. Apparently it's going to be available online on that date but won't hit stores until 2 weeks later. We don't know French so we can't tell you pricing but expect some European flavor pricing scheme.[sfr via phandroid]
We reported that France would get a taste of the facelifted HTC Dream (aka the T-Mobile G1) sometime soon. Now the official date is out of the bag: March 15th. What's most interesting about the announcement of the HTC Dream on Orange France is that Orange isn't part of the Open Handset Alliance. Is this a sign of things to come?
Engadget Mobile reports that Orange is going to be bringing the HTC Dream (facelift and all) to France on March 5th. Supposedly, it's going to cost 99 euros (~$124) after rebate on a 2-year contract with Orange's Origami Star Plus package (42 euros, ~$53) which includes unlimited data, unlimited text, and 50 hours of Orange Wi-Fi access spots.
Do we have anybody in France excited about this...
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