Sholes, Storm 2, Curve 2 Verizon Wirless Release Dates Leak?

Posted: Aug 24 2009, 12:29am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 7:56am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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This Fall promises to be a hot bed for new smartphone releases. If slides leaked on BoyGeniusReport are legit than Verizon Wireless is starting the new smartphone release frenzy pretty soon.
The interesting first Android phone from Motorola Sholes for instance is supposed to be released in October on Verizon.
The Samsung Rogue is still supposed to come this month. The BlackBerry Curve 2 is listed with a November release date and the Storm 2 with the new improved touchscreen comes in October.

Other leaked Verizon Phone releases:
- The Nokia Twist 7705 (apparently aimed at the ladies) is supposed to be released in September.
- HTC Rattle/Blitz 2 comes in late October.
- LG Chocolate Touch comes in October as well.
- Samsung Intensity to be released in September.

Pretty much all carriers will try to dazzle you this Fall with new phone releases. If you stay nice then Santa might put a new shiny phone under your tree on Christmas.

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