A recently-appeared Sprint document has unveiled that the HTC Touch Pro2 will be launched by the third largest US carrier on September 8 – hence in less than two weeks from now.
Sprint’s Touch Pro2 will have both EVDO and HSPA connectivity, plus Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, a 480 x 800 pixels touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, Sprint TV, a 3.2MP camera, and MicroSD card support.
The smartphone’s price on contract is still unknown.
The document also details the Verizon’s and AT&T’s Touch Pro2 (which have features similar to Sprint’s device), but without saying when they will be available.
T-Mobile is the only US carrier that currently sells the HTC Touch Pro2.
HTC Warhawk for AT&T is another smartphone that appears in the leaked document. The Warhawk is an upgraded version of the Touch Diamond2, coming with Windows Mobile 6.5, a 480 x 800 pixels touchscreen display, Wi-Fi and a 5MP camera.
Moving on, we have some info on AT&T’s LG Monaco. The WM handset has a 480 x 800 pixels display, Wi-Fi, full QWERTY keyboard, and a 5MP camera. AT&T should release it in September.
And finally, Verizon’s Samsung Omnia II is also detailed. The smartphone will come with WM 6.1 and 8GB of internal memory, sometime in the fourth quarter of 2009.
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