Motorola Charm, the Backflip successor, with a rear trackpad, has arrived at Telus, and it looks like it's a good entry-level Android phone, for just $29.99. It comes with a QVGA display, a 3 MP camera, Wi-Fi, 3G and aGPS.
It has Android 2.1 version with the improved Motoblur custom skin, which helps you resize its widgets on the spot, and have a better overall Facebook experience than with the previous version of Motoblur, which has been criticized since it first showed up.
Considering other higher-end phones like the Xperia X10, still come with Android 1.6, this phone manages to impress by coming with Android 2.1 right out of the gate.
Before you go to Telus to grab one, check out this video review: