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Leaked Sprint roadmap shows releases for Q3

Leaked Sprint roadmap shows releases for Q3
A leaked view of Sprint's roadmap for Q3 (July-September) 2011 is proving to be fairly interesting. The roadmap includes two Sasmung devices, two BlackBerry devices and a bunch more.

According to This Is My Next, the leaked roadmap confirms that the Samsung Epic 2 will be coming soon. The Epic 2 is looking to be a modest replacement over the original Epic 4G, including: a 4" screen, a 1.2 GHz single-core Hummingbird CPU, an 8 MP camera, and of course the full slide-out QWERTY keyboard as the original.

The other Samsung device is listed only as a "full touch 4G" device, which doesn't really help point the way. It could easily be referring to the Samsung Galaxy S II (or as it's known on Sprint, the Galaxy Within), which should be hitting American shores in that time frame (and hopefully closer to the beginning of that time frame). However, it could just as easily be referring to the Samsung Conquer 4G, which is also due out next month.

On the BlackBerry side of things, the roadmap includes the Bold 9930 (aka the Bold Touch), which will have the CDMA radio for Sprint, but also include a GSM radio for international roaming. But, more interestingly, the leak refers to a new push-to-talk BlackBerry coming along to supplant the far-past-its-prime Curve 8350i, which is the last Sprint BlackBerry to feature push-to-talk.

What do you guys think? Is this enough to get excited about if you're a Sprint customer?

source: This Is My Next

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