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AT&T Q4 Roadmap: 10 Phones Leaked

AT&T Q4 Roadmap: 10 Phones Leaked

Another leak has hit the internet. This time, it’s not just a single leaked phone, there are 10 leaked phones. Thanks to AT&T 10 devices from different brands have been leaked to form a roadmap of quarter 4 of 2011. Recently, Samsung’s roadmap was also leaked and this is quite sure that AT&T hasn’t learnt from that leak. The leak consists of two Windows Phone 7.5 devices, two Blackberry 7 devices and six Android 2.3(Gingerbread) devices. So, Android seems to be at the highest position in numbers. The phones came with a little information about their specifications so people can know something about these devices. All of them are fine in specs and I am looking forward for the Windows Phone 7.5 devices. Read on for more information.

Android Gingerbread Phones

1. Pantech Nuli P9060

  • Operating System – Android 2.3
  • Resolution – 800 x 600 pixels
  • RAM – 512 MB
  • Camera – 5 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – Not available
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

2. Samsung Singa Kupua SGH i777

  • Operating System – Android 2.3
  • Resolution – 800 x 480 pixels
  • RAM – 1 GB
  • Camera – 8 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1500 mAh
  • Expected Release – September 2011

3. Huawei Jengu U8652

  • Operating System – Android 2.3
  • Resolution – 480 x 320 pixels
  • RAM – 256 MB
  • Camera – 3 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1400 mAh
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

4. Motorola Fuath MB865

  • Operating System – Android 2.3
  • Resolution – 960 x 540 pixels
  • RAM – 1 GB
  • Camera – 8 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1785 mAh
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

5. Pantech Onza P7050

  • Operating System – Android 2.3
  • Resolution – 800 x 480 pixels
  • RAM – 512 MB
  • Camera – 3 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – Not available
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

6. Samsung Gidim GDH i927

  • Operating System – Android 2.3
  • Resolution – 800 x 480 pixels
  • RAM – 1 GB
  • Camera – 8 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1650 mAh
  • Expected Release – September 2011

Blackberry 7 Phones

1. Blackberry Danava 9860

  • Operating System – Blackberry 7
  • Resolution – 800 x 480 pixels
  • RAM – 768 MB
  • Camera – 5 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1230 mAh
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

2. Blackberry Maero 9360

  • Operating System – Blackberry 7
  • Resolution – 480 x 360 pixels
  • RAM – 512 MB
  • Camera – 5 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1000 mAh
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

Windows Phone 7.5 Phones

1. Samsung Kupua SGH – i937

  • Operating System – Windows Phone 7.5
  • Resolution – 800 x 480 pixels
  • RAM – 512 MB
  • Camera – 8 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1650 mAh
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

2. HTC Bunyip PI39100

  • Operating System – Windows Phone 7.5
  • Resolution – 800 x 480
  • RAM – 512 MB
  • Camera – 8 megapixels rear camera
  • Battery – 1600 mAh
  • Expected Release – Quarter 4 of 2011

This leak seems quite interesting, especially with the WP 7.5 and BB 7 phones. I am waiting for the 4th quarter because it seems to be full of excitement and awesomeness.

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Article by vinayaknagri

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