AT&T Roadmap Leaked, Android Goodies Inside
It looks like the guys over at PocketNow have gotten their hands on AT&T’s roadmap for the rest of 2011. Of course, nothing is confirmed, and this could very well be a fabricated list. The lineup includes a total of six Android phones, all packing Android 2.3.3 (with the exception of one, the Motorola Fuath). Let’s break it down by device, shall we?
- First up is the Pantech Nuli (model number P139100). It’ll be packing an 800 x 600 resolution screen, 5MP rear camera, 512MB of RAM, and is said to be hitting shelves sometime in Q4.
- The Samsung Singa (SGH-i777) is rumored to bring an 800 x 480 resolution display, over 1GB of RAM, 8MP rear camera, and a 1500 mAh battery to the table. Pretty impressive, no? It appears the Singa will drop somewhere in Q3.
- Moving on, the Huawei Jengu (U8652) will have a smaller, 480 x 320 screen, a mere 256MB of RAM, 3MP camera, and a 1400 mAh battery. We’re guessing AT&T will market this as a budget device, in Q4.
- Motorola is also included in the fall roadmap, with the Moto Fuath (MB865), which will be rocking a 960 x 540 display, 1GB (1024MB, to be exact) of RAM, 8MP camera, and a 1785 mAh battery. The Fuath has an expected release timeframe of Q4, right around the holidays.
- Pantech strikes again, this time with the Onza (P7050). A 800 x 480 display, 512MB of RAM, 3MP camera, and an unknown battery size lurk beneath this device, rumored to hit AT&T stores in Q4.
- Rounding out the list is the Samsung Gidim (SGH-i927), which will be packing a 800 x 480 screen, over 1GB of RAM, 8MP camera, and a 1650 mAh battery. The Gidim is listed for a Q3 release.
There’s no word on whether any of these devices or dates are accurate, but it’s nice to know that AT&T is putting out powerful devices, as well as low- to mid-range Android phones. So, is anyone excited about any of the devices mentioned? Shoot us a comment below!
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