T-Mobile Roadmap: BlackBerry Z10, Galaxy Exhibit, Galaxy S III LTE

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A newly-leaked T-Mobile roadmap is out, giving us a look at what’s coming to the carrier in late March, and answering a few more questions left over from earlier leaks.

Once again, we’re looking at a March 27 date for the new BlackBerry handset, now confirmed as the Z10. The last time we checked out a T-Mobile roadmap, we saw this model identified by its codename Libson, attached to the very same date. That’s in line with what we’ve heard from RIM about US launches, but it’s still a bit of a lengthy wait for a phone that has so much riding on it.

Next, we’ve got the LTE-capable version of Samsung’s Galaxy S III. We’ve heard before that the carrier would be introducing a hardware refresh of this phone to take advantage of its still-in-testing LTE network, once service goes wide. Now we finally get a date for the model, either launching on March 27 or April 3.

Lastly, there’s the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit (above). Again, this is one from that previous roadmap, but at the time we didn’t know what to make of its codename, Codina. That’s now identified as the Exhibit, and a separate leak reveals this to be T-Mobile’s version of the Galaxy S III Mini. Like the rest, it’s targeted for a March 27 launch.

Source: TmoNews, Unwired View

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