Talk of the HTC Dragon has been minimal since the Nexus One grabbed the limelight earlier this year, but a leaked Dopod roadmap for 2010 has reignited some of that old speculation. According to their timetable, the Dragon is set to arrive in China come Q2 2010, complete with Android, a 3.6-inch WVGA display and HSDPA. It’ll have company, too; shortly after comes the A6388, a smaller, cheaper 3.4-inch HVGA HSDPA Android device.
Meanwhile Q3 2010 brings the both the Hengshan, a 3.4-inch Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphone, and the Huashan. The latter is the more interesting of the two, frankly, as a 4.3-inch WVGA device which apparently started out life with Android but is now tipped for a switch over to Windows Mobile 6.5.
Finally, in Q4 2010 there are two new Android devices planned, each slotting into relatively budget ranges. The 2.8-inch QVGA Songshan arrives first, complete with a keyboard, and is followed by the Tianshan, a 3.2-inch QVGA Android phone. No news for anyone outside of China, of course, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed.
[via Android Community]