UMA-compatible phones are always welcomed at the market, and T-Mobile pleased its customers today by releasing two of such handsets, including the revised version of the HTC Shadow, as well as the stylish 7510 flip from Nokia.
The new Shadow is apparently the first Windows Mobile device to support HotSpot calls over Wi-Fi. The 7510 is also HotSpot-capable, but it's not a smartphone. It comes with changeable faceplates, a trick semi-hidden external display, a 2Mpix camera, and Wi-Fi support.
The Shadow costs $199.99, while the 7510 is available for just $49.99. Both are sold with a contract after rebates.