Sprint Launching Two Android Devices October 11th?

sprint_october_11Some of the best Android tips and leaks over the last year have come from xda-developers.  Here’s a case of one that took a little over 4 months to come to fruition.  All the way back in April, a  “senior member” from their forum had the following to say

I work for a wireless developer firm and I have just received word from the US carrier (cannot disclose who yet) that the release date for the HTC Hero (Android) is October 11th 2009.

Rather odd to be so specific and call out dates 7 months down the road, eh?  Looks like he was right though!

Taking a look at the picture above, you’ll see not only the HTC Hero listed, but a “Samsung Q (Android)” as well.  We’re curious to see what exactly that turns out to be.  Engadget Mobile thinks it “could provide a missing link between the InstinctQ and the company’s mysterious Android phone that was supposed to be out on Sprint and T-Mobile by now.”

What do you guys think?  Anyone looking to jump to Sprint for the Hero?

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