AT&T roadmap shows more Android and some Windows Phone Mango models
Ok, we hear you. The Samsung Galaxy S II is supposedly the SGH-i777 known on the map as the "Singa" and the specs on the document seem to suggest this. Remember that Samsung slider we reported on that many thought was a variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T? This is the SCH-i927, the Samsung Gidim. Both of these Samsung models are in the highest HSPA category on the map, both are loaded with RAM and have Android 2.3.3 aboard.
Also included is the BlackBerry Curve 9360 which we reported was just announced by RIM late yesterday. Among the models with the highest specs is the Motorola Fuath (a code name, hopefully) which will come with Android 2.3.4 out of the box,qHD resolution on the screen, a huge 1785mAh battery and this unit also fits into HSPA category 14, which supports download speed of up to 21Mbps. This should be the "Atrix Refresh" LTE device that Motorola is making for AT&T. The rest of the phones on the roadmap include a pair of Android models from Pantech and one from Huawei.
Anyone draw a circle around the model that most interests you?
source: Pocketnow via electronista
The HTC Bunyip listed in the roadmap (L) could be the Windows Phone Mango flavored HTC Eternity (R) with a 4.7 inch display
1. Dr.Phil posted on 23 Aug 2011, 22:30 1
I want both the Galaxy SII and the Galaxy SII-like one that has WP7.
3. ltr (unregistered) posted on 23 Aug 2011, 23:22 1
Seems like AT&T has a lot of faith with Pantech. lol
I remember the Pantech Duo years ago. I am actually kinda interested what Pantech has .
We all know Samsung and Moto can deliver.
5. Jeradiah3 posted on 24 Aug 2011, 05:16 0
the thrill should be coming within the next few weeks
6. HTCFreak posted on 24 Aug 2011, 07:46 0
haha, these names are so funny! Fuath, Bunyip, Nuli, Gidim, Kupua, ... But these phones are really amazing!
7. luigi37 (unregistered) posted on 24 Aug 2011, 12:55 0
I mean, I don't really know what these roadmaps fully suggest...but does this mean AT&T WON'T be getting the Nexus Prime, as it's none of those devices listed are it? Or do these roadmaps NOT list every device for the rest of the year, or what?
8. DougXDroid (unregistered) posted on 24 Aug 2011, 15:27 0
Im pretty sure the thrill can be found in the bottom of every major carriers trash can out back.