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New T-Mobile roadmap gives the launch dates, you guess the device

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New T-Mobile roadmap gives the launch date, you guess the device
The guys at Tmo News got their hands on a new T-Mobile roadmap. While the document, which covers July through September, has many release dates, for some reason it is left to the map reader to guess which device corresponds with each launch date. Launch dates in August could be reserved for the highly anticipated BlackBerry Bold 9900 and the BlackBerry Curve Apollo. As we reported, a previous roadmap for the carrier showed launch dates for the pair of August 17th and August 30th, respectively. Also expected next month is the Huawei S7 tablet with T-Mobile's 4G HSPA+ connectivity.

All eyes in September will be on the Samsung Hercules, expected to be launched September 26th. This model is said to resemble the Samsung Infuse 4G on AT&T with a 4.5 inch WVGA Super AMOLED Plus display with a 1.2GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor under the hood. Other September releases include the LG Flip II and the Nokia Panda, expected September 14th and the 21st respectively.

Of all the devices named, only the BlackBerry Bold 9900 has actually been announced by the carrier. As we get closer to September, we would imagine that the Samsung Hercules might start flexing some of those muscular specs and catch the attention of T-Mobile customers ready for a high-end handset.

If anyone playing the T-Mobile roadmap game want to match the launch dates with the device, leave your guesses in the comment box below!

source: TmoNews



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