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This article was published on May 18, 2011


Here’s T-Mobile’s 2011 lineup starring HTC, LG, BlackBerry and Samsung

Here’s T-Mobile’s 2011 lineup starring HTC, LG, BlackBerry and Samsung
Matthew Panzarino
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Matthew Panzarino was Managing Editor at TNW. He's no longer with the company, but you can follow him on Twitter. Matthew Panzarino was Managing Editor at TNW. He's no longer with the company, but you can follow him on Twitter.

If you’re a T-Mobile user wondering what your choices for phones looks like in the year ahead then it’s worth taking a look at this 2011 Roadmap put together by Chris Zeigler at This is My Next. There is a rundown of every expected or rumored model coming to the carrier in 2011. Some highlights include several BlackBerry models, a mystery Samsung model codenamed “Dumont” and the LG Optimus II.

They’ve backed up this list with a full breakdown of each model and corresponding rumors from TmoNews and BGR. The list of phones in chronological (more or less) order looks something like this.
June

  • HTC Sensation 4G
  • Samsung t589 Gravity Touch 2
  • Samsung t759 “Hawk”
  • Huawei E587 “Wayne”

July

August

September

Further Out

  • LG Maxx
  • LG Maxx Q
  • Huawei U2805
  • Samsung “Jamong”
  • Samsung “Dumont”
  • LG “Gelato” AKA Optimus II
  • HTC “Bresson”
  • HTC “G-Infinity”

That’s a lot of phones slated for America’s third-most popular carrier. TIMN points out that the G-Infinity might very well be the next G-series device to follow the G1, G2 and G2X. The Samsung “Dumont” is noticeable if only for the complete lack of details but it would be nice to see a new flagship Samsung phone on T-Mobile. The BlackBerry Bold Touch has already been outed but the “Apollo” could be a new Curve replacement. The “Doubleshot” should end up being a 3.7″ dual-core, HSPA+ flagship phone for HTC.

The lineup looks pretty packed, with a decent selection of phones from most of the majors. Noticeably absent from the rumors is Motorola, which currently offers the Defy on T-Mobile. Head on over to This is My Next for a complete breakdown.

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