Due out in October for a tempting £180, it sports a more curvy design than the T-Mobile G1, but much the same specs. Like the first Android phone, it has a 3.2in HVGA display, 3.2MP camera with autofocus (but no flash) and a microSD slot.
There’s an extra helping of internal storage with 2GB onboard, and connectivity is decent with HSDPA, Wi-Fi and GPS. In typical Android style, you also get six homescreens to fill with your choice of widgets.
But how do you make use of all this goodness without a monthly data plan? Well, T-Mobile will be offering internet access for £5 a month, or £1 a day. Look out for a hands-on look very soon.