Canadian Android lovers have a new HTC phone to drool over. MTS – Manitoba Telecom Services – has announced the launch of their first Android handset, the HTC 6250, that will bring a Sense UI laced smartphone to this Canadian province. The phone is now available at a price of $99.99 if you are willing to sign up for a 2-year contract or at $199.99 if a 1 year agreement sounds fine.
Features-wise, nothing that you may not have heard of in other phones. The device comes with a 3.2-inches HVGA capacitive touchscreen phone that packs 320×480 pixels into the display. Other specifications include a 512MB internal memory, microSD-based storage of up to 32GB, a 5-megapixel camera and connectivity via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. Other minor features include a 3.5mm headset jack and a G-sensor digital compass.
If you are an MTS subscriber and are all set to make the transition to Android, head over to the MTS store. The device apparently is yet to make it to the MTS website.