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Road map for T-Mobile leaks

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Road map for T-Mobile leaks
A road map shows that at least seven new Android models will be launched by the nation's fourth largest carrier this year. The action starts, as we recently reported, on July 21st,  when T-Mobile's version of the Samsung Galaxy S, the Vibrant, is released. If that's not enough Android for you in one day, the 21st will also see the Motorola Charm become available. On one hand is the super spec'd Vibrant with its 1GHz Hummingbird processor and 4 inch display, while the Charm brings a 2.8 inch display and 600MHz processor to the table. Then, In August, we should see the CLIQ, CLIQ XT and myTouch 3G get their Android 2.x upgrade. In September, T-Mobile will present the HTC Vanguard followed on November 3rd by a pair of curiously named Motorola devices, the Jordan (as in Michael?) and the Beyond. The next chapter in the Sidekick story could come on November 5th with the launch of the carrier's Project Emerald. As we told you , this appears to be a high-end successor to the Sidekick franchise. Finally, during the same month, you can expect to  storysee T-Mobile release their first LG manufactured Android device. A very ambitious schedule to follow, for sure, and one that T-Mobile customers will probably enjoy.

Samsung Vibrant Preliminary Specifications | Hands-on
Motorola CHARM Specifications
Motorola CLIQ Specifications | Review
Motorola CLIQ XT Specifications | Review
T-Mobile myTouch 3G Specifications | Review

source: AndroidSpin




Road map for T-Mobile leaks

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:47

1. Rompking (Posts: 3; Member since: 22 Jun 2010)


Sweet my wife will be happy that her cliq xt will have an upgrade, but i most likely will never see a official upgrade to win 7 for my hd2 :(

posted on 09 Jul 2010, 10:59

2. sinfulta (Posts: 267; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)


Well of course not. Windows 7 Mobile needs a capacitive screen.

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