T-Mobile USA 2011 roadmap leaked: myTouch 4G Slide, BlackBerry Monza, LG Optimus II and more
Before the merger with AT&T gets to be completed, T-Mobile will still be the fourth largest mobile carrier in the US. So it’s more than obvious that it still has to launch handsets of its own.
While we’ve already reported about some of T-Mo’s upcoming handsets, now an almost exhaustive list of devices that will hit the carrier’s shelves this summer and beyond has been unveiled by This is my next.
So, without further ado, here’s what you should expect from T-Mobile in the next several months.
- HTC Sensation 4G (June 8 )
- Samsung t589 Gravity Touch 2 (June 8 )
- Samsung t759 Exhibit (June 8 )
- Huawei E587 Wayne – a new HSPA+ (42Mbps) mobile hotspot with Wi-Fi 802.11n
- Samsung t499 Tass (June 15) – this may be a version of the entry-level Samsung Galaxy Mini
- Samsung t379 Triumph (June 29) – could be launched as the Samsung Gravity 4
- HTC Doubleshot (July 6) – we’ve heard quite a few things about this Android 2.3 smartpohne; it looks like it will be released as T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide, bringing a dual-core processor, 3.7 inch display, 8MP camera and, of course, a sliding QWERTY keyboard
- HTC Marvel (July 15) – as previously reported, this should be T-Mo’s version of the HTC Wildfire S
- BlackBerry Monza (July 27) – a keyboardless Berry with a 3.7 inch WVGA display, BlackBerry OS 7, 5MP camera, 720p video recording, and a single-core 1.2GHz processor. The Monza should cost less than $200 on contract
- BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900, pictured below (August 17)
- BlackBerry Apollo (August 29) – a next-generation BlackBerry Curve
- Huawei S7 Android tablet
- LG Flip II (September 17) – seems to be a new clamshell (no smartphone goodness here)
- Nokia Nuron 4G aka Nokia Panda (September 21) – a new Symbian (hah) smartphone that should feature a 3.2 inch screen with 640 x 360 pixels, HSPA (14.4Mbps), Wi-Fi, and 5MP camera. It might cost under $150 on contract
- Samsung Hercules (September 26)
Other handsets that should be out on T-Mobile this fall, of which we know almost nothing: LG Maxx, LG Maxx Q, Samsung Dumont, Samsung Jamong, Huawei U2805, and LG Optimus II “Gelato” – this new Optimus may very well be a successor to the Optimus T.
There are also the HTC Bresson and HTC G-Infinity, which are probably both Android-based. More details as we get them.