T-Mobile ushers in holidays with quartet of pocket-friendly Android smartphones

T-Mobile knows that the mad holiday shopping season will be upon us soon, and aims to please shoppers with four more affordable Android handsets that will debut this coming November 3rd (that’s Wednesday). Among the four would be the T-Mobile Comet, sporting a 528MHz processor, a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, a 3.2 megapixel camera and a black finish. Huawei is the manufacturer behind the Comet, where T-Mobile is selling it for just $9.99 after $50 rebate and a two-year contract. You can opt for the prepaid basis as well, just fork out no more than two Benjamins and you’re good to go. Details on the other phones can be found after the jump, so if you want to hop aboard the Android bandwagon this holiday season without breaking the bank, why not consider what T-Mobile has to offer? [Press Release]

Up next would be the LG Optimus T, where it has a slightly faster 600MHz processor, a 3.2-inch full touch screen display and a 3.2 megapixel camera with video capture capability. You can choose from burgundy or titanium colors for $29.99 after $50 mail-in rebate and two-year contract.

As for the Motorola DEFY, this tough nut will definitely be a firm favorite with the resident klutz. After all, it was specially built to be scratch-resistant, water-resistant, and dust-proof. Being faster than the previous two phones at 800MHz, the DEFY will come with a 3.7-inch full touch screen, a 5-megapixel camera with flash and video capture, and the MOTORBLUR user interface. Pricing wise, it is more expensive (naturally) at $99.99 after $50 mail-in rebate and two-year contract.

Last but not least, the Motorola CHARM will run on the MOTOBLUR skin as well, while boasting a full QWERTY keyboard instead of just a pure virtual keyboard, accompanied by a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, a 600MHz processor and a 3-megapixel camera. It can be yours for $49.99 after $50 mail-in rebate and two-year contract.

Any takers?

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