T-Mobile USA's 2011 roadmap has leaked, and it's a smorgasbord of tempting telephonics. The smartphone roster, acquired by This is my next, includes reconfirmation that the HTC Sensation 4G is due on June 8, while the much-rumored HTC "Doubleshot" is expected to arrive on July 6 as the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide complete with HSPA+, a dual-core CPU, 3.7-inch display and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. That's just the start of it, however; head on beyond the cut for all the goodies.
We have talked about the HTC Doubleshot Android smartphone in the past. The device was thought to be coming in time for CTIA 2011, but that didn't happen .The smartphone was tipped back in March to be an Android 2.3 smartphone that was heading to the T-Mobile network. We have a few more facts to go on today thanks to the smartphones user agent profile being dug up and shown to the public.
A new HTC Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone has been tipped to make its debut at CTIA 2011 early next month, on its way to an eventual release with T-Mobile USA. According to TmoNews' source, the HTC Doubleshot is a lock-in for the phone show, though they're not able to share any details beyond the (code)name and the expectation that the Doubleshot will pack Gingerbread.
Back in May, a leaked T-Mobile roadmap revealed a wide variety of delicious smartphones waiting to come out of the oven. One of the handsets getting close to making its entry is the HTC Marvel that's slated for a July 15th launch. The handset has just passed through the FCC, indicating it should be right on time.
It appears that HTC really has this Android game by the neck - pulling in thousands of Android lovers into their Sense-ational set of products piece by piece. Case in point: the HTC Pyramid. This is a phone that's only just been leaked back in February, and the furvor surrounding it has drummed up quite a few requests by you, the viewers, on if and when we'll be able to give out more information. The information we've got is all here, right here in this post. Get triangular up in here, and start clicking.
T-Mobile's myTouch 4G Slide, also known as the HTC Doubleshot, is now rumored for a July 27 release. Back when T-Mobile's roadmap leaked, it was believed that the device would hit stores by July 6. FCC documents showed up on June 1 that further supported an imminent launch. But now a purported screenshot of an updated list of T-Mobile launch dates has surfaced and reveals that the myTouch 4G Slide may have to wait another three weeks.
The incoming T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide has been caught in the wild once again, only this time around the photos are a whole lot less blurry. The QWERTY-blessed slider, TmoNews' tipster confirms, runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense and is "much like the Sensation but with some specific myTouch features."
Just yesterday we mentioned that the HTC Doubleshot, also known as the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide had passed through the FCC signaling an upcoming release. Believed to arrive July 6, the myTouch 4G Slide has managed to stay undercover, until now. The first blurry images of the device have now surfaced.
Gaming got some extra attention this week with speculation about the next-gen Nintendo Wii, a unique offer on the Xbox 360, and restoration issues for the PlayStation network. Android's WiFi security problem gets a fix, and the latest 3.1 Honeycomb update will be heading to the Asus Eee Pad Transformer and the Acer Iconia Tab A500 in June. Amazon is possibly ramping up a family of Android tablets, with the first two codenamed 'Coyote' and 'Hollywood' to hit the market before end of the year. Apple will be celebrating its 10th retail anniversary with a possible revamp dubbed Apple Store 2.0. The timelines for various smartphones and tablets have been revealed for the major carriers Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. Continue after the jump for the roundup video and the full recap list.
SlashGear has arrived at CTIA Wireless 2011, the yearly expo of what's going to be hot in the North American mobile arena, and there's already a mass of new devices we're eagerly looking forward to. Sprint and AT&T jumped the gun this morning, with the Nexus S 4G and news of the upcoming LG Thrill 4G and HTC HD7S, but they're just the tip of the cellular iceberg.
While this isn't the first time we've heard of such a device, this is the most detail we've had in photos. What we've got here is a dual-screen slider smartphone device made by LG, utilizing some form of Android, and carried by T-Mobile. This device will most than likely use its lower smaller touchscreen to hold a drawer of apps along with whatever else developers find themselves developing into the platform. According to a leaked T-Mobile roadmap discovered back in May, this device will be released on the pink carrier by September 14th, 2011.