The phone will be available only in the color black, launch November 3rd (tomorrow at the time of writing) and is also available for less than $200 as a prepaid phone through T-Mobile.
In addition, according to Engadget, T-Mobile will offer the Comet for "a ridiculously low $9.99 on contract after $50 rebate", which makes this phone a very attractive choice for consumers looking to make the jump into the smartphone segment.
Some of the T-Mobile Comet's specs are below:
- 528MHz processor
- 2.8" touchscreen
- 3.2MP camera
- Wi-Fi b/g/n and mobile hotspot function
- Android 2.2
- 512MB ROM / 256MB RAM
MobileCrunch reminds users that this device isn't designed to amaze people with the internal specs, but it's price. "Sure, it’s not the beefiest handset on the block — but what would you expect for a single Hamilton?"
I went to the T-Mobile site myself in order to check this out for myself, but I wasn't able to find the Comet listed for the $10 price reported so far.