Motorola became the first handset manufacturer to openly declare a Windows Mobile-based smartphone when it announced the <A href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/mobilephones/0,39023925,39116278,00.htm">MPx200</A> earlier this year in an exclusive deal with Orange. The device joins Orange's SPV, now on its third incarnation as the SPV E200, as one of only two current models of phone running Microsoft's operating system available in the UK. Motorola has done a fairly good job, although Bluetooth and a camera are both absent from the hardware, while the SPV E200 runs a more recent version of Microsoft's software. The MPx200 is available on Orange's network and is free with certain tariffs. It will also be offered shortly on a pay-as-you-go basis.