BELLEVUE, USA – The 2011 T-Mobile roadmap is something really to look forward too, as it bring in a plethora of handsets that make every line of consumers happy, ranging from Android to the Blackberry loyalists.
The HTC Sensation 4G complete with the advanced HTC Sense 3.0 UI inaugurates the launches, by coming hitting the shelves on the 8th June. Similarly making a debut with the HTC Sensation 4G will be the Samsung T589 Gravity Touch 2 and the T759 Hawk which is most likely going to be called Samsung Exhibit, an Android smartphone running on Gingerbread.
Also expected for the same time period is the Huawei E587 Wayne, a 42Mbps HSPA+ mobile hotspot with 802.11n capability and a display. The 15th of the month should bring the Samsung T499 Tass, followed by the Samsung Gravity 4 on the 29th of the month.
The HTC Doubleshot makes an official entry on the 6th of the month, after being a long part of rumours, it should debut as the MyTouch 4G Slide, more of a high-end offering from T-Mobile with quite powerful specs of the device.
On the 15th comes in the HTC Marvel, the T-Mobile branded HTC Wildfire S, with a slight bit of spec bumps. The 27th of the month will be big for Blackberry fans, as the Blackberry Monza arrives, the full-touchscreen device, with a 1.2GHz snapdragon processor, and 5-megapixel camera with 720p recording and the latest Blackberry OS7. T-Mobile expects it to be on offering below US$200 on contract.
Blackberry fans are in for a treat, when the Blackberry Bold 9900 will up for offering. The Bold Touch, as it is called, is the new flagship model from the RIM stable, a powerhouse that will come on the 17th of the month. On 31st the Blackberry Monza will launche, supposedly the next-generation curve.
The Huawei S7 tablet will be introduced with HSPA+ network support, powered by Android.
This month will witness the launch of the LG Flip II. As LG has no device named Flip on the T-Mobile network, sources have no idea which handset will it replacing, although it is known that it launches on the 14th of the month.
On the 26th, customers can get the Samsung Hercules. Symbian reserves a place on 21st with the Nokia Nuron 4G expected to retail at a contract price of US$150.
This and much more in the coming months from T-Mobile USA. Those who are at their end of contracts have some serious choice when it comes on purchasing a handset from the T-Mobile 2011 offering.