Well, looky here. TmoNews has got their hands on what seems to be T-Mobile product launch roadmap for October and November. Take it with a grain of salt, but if half of this is right, there's cool stuff a-plenty coming.
The roadmap shows 12 upcoming devices, all under their code-names. Let's get this out of the way, some of these dates are definitely wrong. It says the HTC "Ruby" (really the Amaze 4G), the Samsung "Hercules" (really the Galaxy S II), and the Hulawei "Wayne" (the T-Mobile Sonic 4G Mobile HotSpot) will launch on October 19th, when we know that they are pre-orderable on the 10th and buyable on the 12th. That aside, a previous leak that TmoNews nabbed pointed to six devices launching on November 2nd, which matches the above document.
Here's the more interesting stuff:
On that November 2nd date we have the LG "Maxx Qwerty" and the "Maxx Touch". Looks like those will be T-Mobile's new myTouch devices. Next to that is the HTC "Omega" which we is a pretty decent Windows Phone we fondled and know as the HTC Radar 4G. Next there's the very bizarre looking LG "Flip II" which may actually be called the Flip II. We don't know much about that one yet, other than it's got a split keyboard with a small second screen in the middle of it. There's the Huawei "Tallsome" (for November 2nd), which is rumored to be a 7" tablet with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and pretty decent resolution. We may see that one revealed at CTIA next week. [TmoNews via TechCrunch]
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