2010 Smartphone Road-Map Leaked?

Posted: Jul 7 2010, 1:04pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:16am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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UK website Omio has just received a big tip; a release road-map for a number of upcoming next-gen smartphones. According to this map, we can expect to see the Nokia E5, along with the Ericsson W20/Zylo and the Samsung i5500 , launch in July.

August will bring the Nokia X6 8 GB XpressMusic phone and the BlackBerry Curve 9300-with a 3.2 MP camera standard berry candybar design. With September comes the Nokia X2 (with a 5 MP camera) and the eco-friendly Ericsson Hazel. October is a big month; the HTC Vision and Ace are expected, along with the Xperia X8 and the Nokia N8 and Sony's full-touch Yendo walkman phone.

Expect Windows Phone 7 madness to start in November with the HTC Gold. The Nokia E7 (with an AMOLED display, full-QWERTY keyboard, and tilting touchscreen) is also believed to be due out this month. Pencil in the Samsung i8700 Cetus, too. It's likely to be a Bada phone, but that's about all we can guess.

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