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AT&T Roadmap Leaks, Android Galore With Hint Of WP7 and BlackBerry

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Coming from PocketNow is a leak regarding upcoming AT&T devices and there's a little bit of everything on here. According to the roadmap you can expect the Samsung SGH-i927 and the SGH-i777 which are both running the Android (2.3.3) OS. They both pack 1GB of RAM along with an 8MP camera so it's likely that those are Galaxy S II devices.

In Q4 you can expect a few more smartphones including the Samsung SGH-i937 and the HTC Bunyip which are going to be running the next major version of Windows Phone 7. You can also expect the BlackBerry Torch 9860 along with the new Curve 9360 which are both running OS 7.0. Other smartphones pegged for Q4 are the Pantech Nuli, Huawei Jengu, Motorola MB865, and Pantech Onza which are all running Android and should have different names when they actually hit the market. The Motorola device is said to be the upgraded Atrix.


Samsung GT-i9220 Rumoured To Have 5.29-Inch 1,280 x 720 Super AMOLED+ Display

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Coming from AndroidUp is the image you see above which is yet another gargantuan device from Samsung. Of course, it's running the Android OS and it could actually be packing quite the spec sheet. Apparently, this GT-i9220 could be packing a 5.29-inch 1,280 x 720 Super AMOLED+ display, a dual-core 1.4GHz CPU, an 8MP camera, a 2MP front-facing camera, 1GB of RAM, and Android 2.3. The specs are unconfirmed right now so we'll have to wait until the official word comes from Samsung.

[Engadget, Electronista]

HTC Puccini Images Leak, Sporting AT&T LTE

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Ladies and gents here is the HTC Puccini in the flesh! Engadget has just snagged the photo you see above and they've also confirmed that the tablet has AT&T LTE (4G) connectivity. The tablet is said to pack a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU, 16GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, a 10.1-inch WXGA display, and Android "Honeycomb". The price and release date for this one is unknown right now but it's definitely going through some tests right now which is a good sign.