New Pics Arrive Of Phones From This Morning’s T-Mobile Roadmap

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A few hours back, we got to check out a newly-leaked T-Mobile roadmap, detailing some of the carrier’s release plans over the next couple months. We specifically looked at two of the most interesting devices from that leak, the LG Optimus L9 and HTC’s Windows Phone 8X, but that’s all the roadmap revealed. Now, some more details have come in on the rest of the models depicted, along with some images of the hardware.

The first phone listed in the leak was a BlackBerry device with codename Armstrong. Reportedly, this will be the Curve 9315. It sure looks a lot like the Curve 9220/9320 we learned about earlier this year, and specs like its QVGA screen and 3.2-megapixel camera make it clear that this is a 9320 variant. In any case, it’s decidedly odd to see a carrier picking up a new RIM handset at this stage in the preparations for BlackBerry 10.

In addition to the Optimus L9 on October 31, T-Mobile looks to also be expecting the Huawei Summit. We’re at a loss for hardware details, but from the looks of things, this won’t be a very high-end handset; it appears to have a quite small, low-resolution screen. It had sure better be cheap when it arrives, or this could be one Halloween trick, rather than a treat.

Source: TmoNews, evleaks

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