We’ve just got the official word: the Motorola Milestone is hitting the UK, and it’s doing so next month. But the Android-packing smartphone won’t be available on a contract, at least not until 2010. Read on for all the deets.
Motorola has just spilled the news that the Motorola Milestone will go on sale on 7 December exclusively through online retailer Expansys, where it’s SIM-free and £449.99. This period of exclusivity will last until next year, meaning no networks will be offering it bundled with a contract and tariff.
If that strikes you as a bit odd (and well it might, what with Christmas coming up), it could be that the Motorola Milestone simply came too late to figure in the networks end-of-year plans, and so will be offered on deals from early 2010 instead.
So if you want to get your mitts on a Motorola Milestone you don’t have long to wait – but you will have to shell out the best part of £500. Still, it’s one heck of a phone – check out our full review of the US version, the Motorola Droid.
Out 7 December | £449.99 | Expansys