Now I’m as sick of the Motorola Milestone rumours as you are, but I think we might finally be on to something here, so bear with me.
Lucas over at Techanist.com has a screenshot (after the break) of the internal Optus Business Plans lineup. Now in between the mess of the usual devices, we find the Moto Milestone & Garmin A10. As lucal said in his post, it makes sense for the Milestone & A10 to be targeted towards the business user, and the sub-par DEXT, Quench & Backflip to be opted towards the average consumer.
The Milestone & A10 are both very sleek looking devices & both have their pros and cons. But the Milestone is one of the few Android Devices around with a fast CPU (Cortex-A8 600MHz) and a physical QWERTY Keyboard. The A10 is also quite good as it’s main priority is GPS which is quite nice for the travelling business person.
Screenshot & (alleged) pricing after the break.
Now as you can see above, the Milestone is slated in at $679 on a $29 Business ‘yes’ plan and the A10 comes in at $459 on the same plan.