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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10 Comments

  1. raitchison
    August 23, 22:24 Reply

    The specs on the Fuath (MB865) look quite impressive, but I’m guessing it will have a locked bootloader and be saddled with Blur

    • Fez Lopez
      August 24, 05:07 Reply

      MotoBlur is dead, officially. Google it. Yay.

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    August 24, 03:38 Reply

    That means Motorola will be able to advertise video chat via Google Talk..I think its going to be good and interesting.

  3. recycling cell phones
    August 24, 03:38 Reply

    That means Motorola will be able to advertise video chat via Google Talk..I think its going to be good and interesting.

  4. recycling cell phones
    August 24, 03:38 Reply

    That means Motorola will be able to advertise video chat via Google Talk..I think its going to be good and interesting.

  5. Chip Royce
    August 24, 15:13 Reply

    Did anyone else notice that the Galaxy S2 equivalent SGH-i777 has a 1500mha battery, smaller than the battery found in the i9000 (1650mha)? One of the big plusses for the S2 is better battery life than the captivate which has a 1500mha battery as well.  For those of us needing better battery life, wondering if we’ll have to go to the slider version instead with its 1650mha battery. (www.appuware.com)

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    August 24, 17:46 Reply

    Yes, unfortunately it’s from at&t. 

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    November 16, 07:12 Reply

    All this six are nice..Some have large resolution and good megapixel while some have good memory..3 megapixel is the smallest and the 8mp is the biggest pixel in it..

  9. ankit
    April 25, 09:28 Reply

    All this six are nice..thanx at&t to provide a good features.

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