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Release dates for Sprint's Moto Stature, more leaked

updated 04:25 pm EST, Fri March 6, 2009

Sprint handsets dated

A leaked image that seems to have a list of future handsets coming to Brightpoint and Sprint has been leaked on Thursday. The validity of the image is helped by its listing the same ship date of the Palm Treo Pro as the recent official announcement, although Brightpoint itself will get the handset a few days earlier, on March 11th. The image also reveals a $550 unsubsidized price providers. It also shows a variant of the BlackBerry Curve 8350i without a camera that will come to Sprint's iDEN network at an unspecified date, but will cost $480 without a contract.

The Motorola Stature i9 will launch at Sprint on March 15th, having already been added to subsidiary Boost Mobile earlier, with Brightpoint getting it on the 11th with a $400 price tag.

The rugged Motorola i580 in yellow will also arrive at Brightpoint and Sprint on March 11th and 15th, respectively, priced at $270. The LG Rumor successor in black will launch on the 15th, though where precisely is unknown as the image is cut off at this point. Another version, perhaps differing only in color, will be launched on March 29th, and its price is shown off-screen.

Whether the list is accurate will be revealed on the 11th with the arrival of three of the above-mentioned handsets. [via PhoneArena]






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