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T-Mobile map dates BlackBerry Touch, Hercules, G-Infinity

updated 07:45 pm EDT, Tue May 17, 2011

T-Mobile roadmap dates remaining 2011 devices

A newly uncovered T-Mobile roadmap has filled in much of T-Mobile's remaining device lineup for 2011. July is expected to be the most important month and would include the BlackBerry Touch (Monza) on July 27 along with the HTC Marvel (Wildfire S) and myTouch 4G Slide (HTC Doubleshot). The recently uncovered Samsung Hercules 42Mbps dual-core phone was tentatively scheduled for September 26 based on This is my next's copy.

Many of the phones due in June are already known and should see the Gravity Touch 2, and Exhibit 4G arriving on June 8. The Wayne 42Mbps hotspot is due the same month, as is the t499 Tass, an adaptation of the Galaxy Mini.

August would bring the BlackBerry Bold 9900, the BlackBerry Curve Touch, and an HSPA+ version of Huawei's S7 Android tablet. Hercules would overshadow everything else in September but would be accompanied by a mystery LG Flip II and a Nokia Nuron 4G adding 14.4Mbps 3G, a 3.2-inch 360x640 display, a five-megapixel fixed focus camera and a newer version of Symbian.

End of year scheduling is considerably more vague but would be dominated by HTC's Bresson and G-Infinity. Little is known about either, but the G-Infinity may be a spiritual successor to the HTC G2 and LG G2X with stock Android. LG would have a large role but include the Optimus II "Gelato," likely an Optimus T sequel, as well as the LG Maxx and keyboard-equipped Maxx Q. Huawei's U2805 and Samsung Jamong are both expected to be entry models.

BlackBerry Touch



BlackBerry Bold 9900



BlackBerry Curve Touch



HTC Marvel



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