Parts of AT&T’s holiday 2010 smartphone and tablet lineup have leaked. And while this leak doesn’t feature exhaustive details on each upcoming product, it paints a very interesting picture regarding AT&T’s Q4 offerings.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab was photographed with AT&T branding and is, at this point, all but confirmed to be coming to the USA’s second biggest carrier.
The Galaxy Tab, along with three new Android smartphones (that are sadly not named, described or specced), will be released “prior to December”. Which may mean November 30th, sure, but most likely means that the whole of November will be a very, very busy Android month for AT&T.
On the Windows Phone 7 front, it’s being said once again that the Samsung i917 Cetus will be one of the first WP7 devices to hit the streets. The Samsung Focus and the HTC Surround are two other WP7-packing smartphones that will be coming to AT&T. These three will be apparently joined by three other WP7 devices, all by year’s end.
AT&T’s claims that it will be the ‘premier carrier’ for Windows Phone 7 are finally starting to make sense.
AT&T has not forgotten BlackBerry fans. The BlackBerry Torch may not be selling as well as some execs were expecting it to, but that won’t prevent the carrier from launching three new color variations of RIM’s latest and greatest: an all-white, a red/black model and and an olive colored edition. These will be available in mid to late November.
If this leak turns out to be 100% real, that’s some serious smartphone love from AT&T. Which may help them get closer to Verizon in terms of subscriber numbers.
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