Telstra and Microsoft will jointly launch Windows Phone 7 on October 12, to be followed by at least one Android-based tablet from Telstra (which iTWire confidently predicts will be the Huawei SmaKit S7) And Telstra today unveiled a clutch of new mobile devices to be launched in the run up to Christmas.
The acquisition of Nortel's half of LG-Nortel by Ericsson could see the company in Australia expanding from small to medium enterprise telephony markets into large enterprise, carriers and possibly vying for NBN Co's PON contracts.
Telstra says its newest Android handset, the LG Optimus, is an 'entry-level' model designed to appeal to 'first-time smartphone owners', but its pricing, cap and Telstra features suggests the Vodafone's HTC Legend is firmly in its sights.
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