Two of T-Mobile USA upcoming smartphones have been pictured recently: one manufactured by Huawei, and another one coming from RIM.
The RIM-made handset is the BlackBerry Curve 9315, which is T-Mobile’s own version of the Curve 9320 and Curve 9310 (the latter being introduced by Verizon back in July). The 9315 runs BlackBerry OS 7.1, and features a 2.44 inch QVGA screen, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.2MP camera, 512MB of RAM, and MicroSD card support. It should be launched on October 24.
The Huawei handset is an Android one called Huawei Summit. And yes, we’ve heard about it before.
The Huawei Summit should be available at T-Mobile starting October 31, coming with an unspecified version of Android, and other unknown features.
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