Motorola’s newest device, the Milestone, is officially coming to Europe soon, with pre-orders starting June 11th at Play and Expansys. As the title suggests, Milestone’s bands are 3G compatible with T-Mobile USA, but whether the device will make an appearance across the pond is still unknown. If you’re looking for something a little different for your T-Mo account and don’t mind importing, here is what you can expect from Motorola Milestone:

  • Android 2.1
  • 8MP camera with digital zoom with Xenon flash
  • Maps and GPS: Standalone GPS/E-compass, 2D/3D accelerator for graphics
  • Video: HD video capture at 720p, video playback onto HDTV via HDMI cable
  • Screen: 3.7″ 480×854 WVGA
  • Touch-sensitive navigation controls,  multi-touch input method, accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, proximity sensor for auto turn-off

The Milestone is going for £449.99 retail. If you’re interested in reading more, head over to AndroidSPIN’s phone database to read the full spec sheet.

Source: AndroidCommunity, Engadget

  • Ed C.

    Glad to see that Android Spin decided to do a story on this device. It looks really promising with decent stats and has such solid good looks to match.

  • Ed C.

    Glad to see that Android Spin decided to do a story on this device. It looks really promising with decent stats and has such solid good looks to match.

  • Ed C.

    Glad to see that Android Spin decided to do a story on this device. It looks really promising with decent stats and has such solid good looks to match.

  • Brood

    This is not the milestone. The milestone is the droid with an updated bootloader.

  • Brood

    This is not the milestone. The milestone is the droid with an updated bootloader.

  • Brood

    This is not the milestone. The milestone is the droid with an updated bootloader.

  • Christian

    Unless I am missing something, there is no mention of the 1700/AWS band that T-Mobile uses in the United States. Without this band, there is no 3G service to be had with this phone. I am only saying this because the spec sheet that is linked to in the article does not show the 1700/AWS band at all:

    http://db.androidspin.com/androidspin_device_display.asp?DeviceID=16&DeviceName=Motorola%20Milestone%20GSM

    If I’m wrong, please let me know.

  • Christian

    Unless I am missing something, there is no mention of the 1700/AWS band that T-Mobile uses in the United States. Without this band, there is no 3G service to be had with this phone. I am only saying this because the spec sheet that is linked to in the article does not show the 1700/AWS band at all:

    http://db.androidspin.com/androidspin_device_display.asp?DeviceID=16&DeviceName=Motorola%20Milestone%20GSM

    If I’m wrong, please let me know.

  • Christian

    Unless I am missing something, there is no mention of the 1700/AWS band that T-Mobile uses in the United States. Without this band, there is no 3G service to be had with this phone. I am only saying this because the spec sheet that is linked to in the article does not show the 1700/AWS band at all:

    http://db.androidspin.com/androidspin_device_display.asp?DeviceID=16&DeviceName=Motorola%20Milestone%20GSM

    If I’m wrong, please let me know.