New Handsets Coming To Helio
Oct 31, 2006, 11:29 AM by (staff)
XCE, the company providing Helio's Java platform, has revealed that Helio will soon launch at least two new phones. The company says a Samsung model is due out first, followed by a second Pantech device. XCE did not indicate which models the MVNO would launch, however it is likely they will be US exclusives like Helio's first two phones. Although no launch date was revealed, the first phone will likely launch soon as Helio has recently sold out of the Kickflip and will want to offer subscribers more than one handset model.
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They need to catch up with the sidekicks, treps and black berrys of the world - if they want to survive.
is there any pictures??