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The T-Mobile and Android fog has finally been lifted, because the network operator’s confirmed that it’ll showcase an HTC handset running on the Google platform next week.

The no doubt glitzy event will take place in New York on 23 September, as predicted. But T-Mobile’s still keeping the phone’s availability date a secret, and so far has only been willing to confirm that the Android-based talker will be released at some point during the fourth quarter of this year.

It’s also refused to share any details about how much the phone will cost, or what price plans users will have to sign.

Hopefully, either T-Mobile or Google reps at the US event will be kind enough to share details about UK availability and pricing. But, until then, we wait with bated breath.

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