The Motorola Milestone (a somewhat-improved European version of the Droid) has just landed in the United States. iTechNews reports that US carrier Cincinnati Bell is now selling the Milestone. They are charging $199, after a rebate and with a 2-year contract.
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Your two hundred clams buy you an Android smartphone with an 8 MP camera, 3.7" capacitive touchscreen, CrystalTalk background noise cancellation, Bluetooth, b/g WiFi, HDMI-out, DNLA support, GPS and a 3-axis accelerometer. There's also a proximity sensor, and the camera has auto-focus, a Xenon flash and the ability to record 720p video.
The processor is a healthy 720 MHz with 256 MB of RAM and 512 MB of on-board storage. It ships with an 8 GB microSD card. This is definitely one of the better phones offered on a regional carrier. To learn more, check out their website. The Milestone should be getting Android 2.2 next month, which is something to keep in mind.