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Purported T-Mobile 2011 roadmap reveals HTC G-Infinity, LG Optimus II, more

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 7:15PM EST

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A healthy portion of T-Mobile’s 2011 device roadmap has purportedly been revealed, shedding light on a few previously unknown smartphones. Not much information is available surrounding the previously unknown devices beyond a codename and some speculation, but T-Mobile subscribers should find a morsel here and there to get excited about. Hit the break for the rundown.

  • June 8th: HTC Sensation 4G, Samsung t589 Gravity Touch 2, Samsung t759 Hawk / Exhibit 4G (Gingerbread, 3.7-inch full touchscreen), Huawei E587 Wayne (HSPA+ mobile hotspot with a theoretical 42Mbps ceiling)
  • June 15th: Samsung t499 Tass (U.S. version of the Galaxy mini, possibly launching as “Galaxy Suit”)
  • June 29th: Samsung t379 Triumph (possibly launching as Gravity 4)
  • July 6th: HTC Doubleshot (will launch as the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide)
  • July 15th: HTC Marvel (U.S. version of the Wildfire S)
  • July 27th: BlackBerry Monza
  • August 17th: BlackBerry Bold 9900
  • August 31st: BlackBerry Apollo
  • Huawei S7 tablet to launch some time in August
  • September 14th: LG Flip II
  • September 21st: Nokia Panda (Nuron 4G; 3.2-inch full touchscreen, 14.4Mbps HSPA, 5-megapixel camera, Symbian 3.1)
  • September 26th: Samsung Hercules (T-Mobile’s version of the Infuse 4G)
  • November 2nd: LG Maxx, LG Maxx Q
  • November, December: Huawei U2805, Samsung Jamong (cheap flip phone), Samsung Dumont, LG Gelato (Should launch as Optimus II), Samsung Bresson, Samsung G-Infinity (possibly a G2x sequel for the holidays)


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