T-Mobile kicks off the second day of Mobile World Congress 2010 with the announcement that they'll be bringing the highly coveted Android OS updates. As for Europe, T-Mobile plans on releasing the Samsung Wave and the to select European markets this year as well.. This Windows Mobile smartphone is equipped with a 4.3-inch WVGA multitouch screen, a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, Wi-Fi, and plenty of other goodies like compatibility with Blockbuster's OnDemand video app, a Barnes & Noble eReader app, MobiTV, and six months of free in-flight Wi-Fi courtesy of Gogo Inflight Internet. T-Mobile says it expects to ship the HD2 in Spring 2010. T-Mobile also announced its plans to across the states, and and
Also in Barcelona, Nexus One with HTC Sense, while the HTC Legend is a refinement of the HTC Hero. The HTC HD Mini is like a mini version of the popular HTC HD2. Expect these phones in Europe and Asia first--no word if they'll come to the U.S. any time soon.. They include the , the HTC Desire, and the HTC HD Mini. The Desire is essentially the
Speaking of HTC, the company also announced that the Hero and the Droid Eris will. This makes the Droid Eris even more valuable, as it is possibly the cheapest Android phone with the 2.1 OS. Motorola also took the chance to announce its own , as well as the .
as well, with CEO Eric Schmidt taking the chance to make nice with world's carriers, which is probably a good thing as doesn't seem too pleased with the Mountain View company's dominance. Finally at the show, LG shows off its , its server software, and yes indeed, .
There's still more news to come, so stay tuned to our Mobile World Congress 2010 blog for more news this week!