If you're a T-Mobile customer or plan on becoming one in the next little while, you'll want to listen up. Roadmap for the rest of the year has popped up and it has quite a few upcoming Android devices on it. According to the list, which was sorted by month -- here is what we're going to be looking at for releases:
- June 8 - Sensation 4G / HTC Sensation , Samsung Exhibit 4G
- July 6 - myTouch 4G Slide / HTC Doubleshot, HTC Marvel / Wildfire S
- August - Huawei Ideos S7 Slim
- September 26 - Samsung / T-Mobile Hercules
That's it for the known, the rest -- is speculation based on the listings from the roadmap. HTC and LG play a big part here though. The LG “Gelato” Optimus II is suggested to be a follow-up to the successful LG Optimus line. While HTC is bringing the “Bresson” and “G-Infinity.” with the G-Infinity being the next device in line to follow the T-Mobile G - series of devices.
Of course, roadmaps don't always hold up over time. But we're willing to bet we'll see these guys sooner rather than later.
Source: This Is My Next
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