The Google Android OS-based smartphone is being listed now on the online store of Orange's nemesis. It's not up for pre-order yet, nor are there prices or plans listed. But we know it will arrive in April. So far there hasn't been anything posted in the U.S. yet.
Just to refresh your memory, the wide-angle, touchscreen 3G phone will host GPS, Wi-Fi, PC synching, 1GB of internal space and a stellar 8.1-megapixel camera.
But is that all enough to outshine the Nexus One, also releasing in the spring?