T-Mobile is launching a smartphone of their very own into the wild on 21st May known as the MDA Compact V, or the HTC Diamond 2 to anyone else.
It’s a 3.2″ touchscreen device running Windows Mobile 6.1 (upgradeable to 6.5) and the big push is that, like all good TVs these days, it comes with a bunch of internet widgets on the desktop for easy web app access.
It’s got a 5-megapixel snapper with flash and it comes preloaded with a week-long trial of sat nav software CoPilot. However, from 1st June the first 10,000 people to buy the handset will get the benefit of the trial software for a whole year.
The MDA Compact V can be yours free with contracts over an extortionate £50 per month. iPhone 3G anyone?