Pricing leaked for HTC HD2, Nokia Nuron, and Motorola CLIQ XT?

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Pricing leaked for HTC HD2, Nokia Nuron, and Motorola CLIQ XT?
It appears as though T-Mobile might be taking an aggressive approach in regards to pricing surrounding some of its future handsets. There's no hiding the numerous times that Verizon's version of the HTC Touch Pro2 managed to sell out inventory thanks to its $199.99 price tag, but T-Mobile was first out of the bunch to offer the smartphone here stateside – although it didn't become a hit which might have been due to its $349.99 initial cost. Learning from that mistake, it appears that pricing for some of T-Mobile's soon to be available handsets will sport an attractive price tag. One of TmoNew's tipsters took a screen shot of what appears to be a pricing guide – which happily displays the HTC HD2 coming in at $199.99 after rebates with a no-contract price of $449.99. Not to be outdone by a Windows Mobile phone, the Motorola CLIQ XT is looking to plop itself nicely at $129.99 on contract with a $329.99 no-contract price. Finally the Nokia Nuron was cut off from the screen shot, but their source states that it'll go for a mere $69.99 after rebates with a no-contract price of only $179.99. Just looking at these prices really makes you wonder how serious T-Mobile is in climbing up the ladder – of course there won't be complaints from customers if this pricing model becomes final.

HTC HD2 Specifications | Review
Nokia 5230 Nuron Preliminary Specifications
Motorola CLIQ XT Preliminary Specifications

source: TmoNews



1. herbiederb

Posts: 275; Member since: Jan 28, 2010

$199 (with 16GB microSD) = SOLD!!! T-mo is going to kick some butt with this exclusive handset. Maybe they'll pull into 3rd biggest carrier ahead of Sprint.

2. Ray

Posts: 62; Member since: Apr 30, 2009

not if the htc supersonic can help it.. hd2=great phone, supersonic=even greater phone.

3. cj100570

Posts: 204; Member since: May 12, 2009

You must be kidding? The phone it'self is gorgeous but it's running a version of WinMo that's not long for this world and Microsoft has all but ruled out an update to MP7. I've used my fair share of WinMo phones and I would have bought this in a heartbeat 6 months ago.

4. herbiederb

Posts: 275; Member since: Jan 28, 2010

Betting the house on a phone that we dont even have a spy shot of isnt too smart. Besides, they really need to make WiMax widespread, not just advertise that theyre the 1st.

5. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

On a positive note, I just played w the new neuron. For a budget minded touch screen its not half bad. Its resistive touch and has minimal slowdown. Concidering the pricing puts it at like 9 a month on EMP pricing, its going to sell quite well.

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