Phones in Australia

As of 24th September 2010 the following Android phones are available to be bought in Australia.

**Manufacturer****Phone****Version****Available from**
Dell[Streak]( – from November 1
Google[Nexus One]([Vodafone (exclusive) on contract](
HTC[Desire]([Telstra (exclusive) on contract](
HTC[Hero (GSM)]([Harvey Norman]( (unlocked, outright)
HTC[Legend]([Vodafone]( [Crazy Johns]( (coming to Three also, not sure when)
HTC[Magic]([**](#VodaMagic1.6)[Vodafone]( (12 and 24 month contracts), [Crazy Johns](
HTC[Tattoo]([Harvey Norman]( (unlocked, outright)
HTC[Wildfire]([Coming to Telstra in August](
LG[GW620]([Crazy Johns](
Motorola[MB200 DEXT]( (24 month contract)
Motorola[MB300 Backflip]( (24 month contract)
Motorola[Flipout]( – from October
Motorola[MB501 Quench]( (24 month contract)
Samsung[i7500 Galaxy]([Optus (outright and on 24 month contract)](
Samsung[Galaxy S (i9000)]([Optus (outright and on 24 month contract)](|24) Virgin
Samsung[Galaxy Tab]( carriers from November
Sony Ericsson[X10]([Optus (24 month contract)](|24), [Telstra](, [Three](
Sony Ericsson[X10 Mini](
**[**]()**Vodafone HTC Magic will receive an OTA update to 1.6 if it’s not already on the handset in the box

If the phone you want isn’t here, don’t forget you can buy it from an overseas website and have it shipped to you in Australia.

Disclaimer: I have prepared these links in good faith and get absolutely no kickback, payment or inducement to add links to the above table.

Let me know if you have any additions / corrections for the table above in the Comments below.

What plans are available in Australia?

The Australian version of the Lifehacker website has put together a guide to contracts and plans available with the major providers for their available Android phones. Great stuff!

And now they have also released a guide to current prices for handset outright purchase.

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