Next up, we have two already expected Android devices – the MOTOBLUR-powered Motorola CLIQ and the TouchWiz-running Samsung Behold II. The Behold II should become available later in the year, but hasn’t been set with a firm launch date, while the CLIQ should be launched nationwide on November 2.
Finally, two new phones have just been announced by the carrier. The first one will be available later this year - the T-Mobile Tap, which is said to be a fashionable touchscreen device with a 2MP camera, GPS, stereo Bluetooth and 3G support. The Nokia 3711 will pack similar features, but will be a clamshell with a stylishly hidden external display. It will be running on the Series 40 interface and will have a 2MP shooter, stereo Bluetooth, GPS and 3G. The Nokia 3711 should be available in the following weeks.
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