AT&T Roadmap Leak Reveals Windows Phone Mango Handsets, Tons of Android

We have been due for a massive carrier road map leak and today, an extensive 2011 AT&T smartphone road map has leaked out courtesy of Pocketnow show casing a bunch of upcoming Android devices, two Windows Phone 7.5 Mango handsets and some BlackBerry 7 devices as well.

So let’s run down the leak, shall we? First up we have a pair of Windows Phone Mango handsets, the Samsung Kupua i937 and the HTC Bunyip. Both are due out in Q4, have big batteries and possess 512MB of RAM. They also both have 1600+ mAh batteries. The Bunyip is likely either the HTC Omega or HTC Eternity that we expect to see on September 1st.

Next up, the BlackBerry 7 devices. The BlackBerry Torch 9860 is slated for release as is the recently announced BlackBerry Curve 9360. Both of those will join AT&T’s previously announced BlackBerry 7 devices, the Bold 9900 and the Torch 9810.

AT&T Roadmap Leak

As for Android, well, let’s just say there is a lot here. Every single phone listed here is going to be launching with Android Gingerbread at the very least and there are two standouts among the bunch.

The first, the Samsung i777 which is the Galaxy S II Attain. It’s scheduled to be out in Q3 which means we should see it arrive in September along with the other U.S. bound Galaxy S II phones. In addition, we also see the Motorola MB865 aka the Atrix 2 which may or may not be a 4G LTE device. If it is, it may join the Samsung Impulse 4G on AT&T’s next generation network.

So, some exciting releases coming up to be sure. Which ones stand out to you guys?

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  1. Avatar Roku says

    Anyone else notice that Motorola has the latest version of Android (2.3.4) and nobody else does? Hmmm…

    That means Motorola will be able to advertise video chat via Google Talk as an exclusive while the other manufacturers will not.

  2. BrianB13 says

    AT&T is not even a consideration for me until they have a 4g LTE network up and running and dual core or quad core phones than can run on it.  

  3. Mark Harr says

    @MatthewStone:disqus The current Atrix MB860 is already v2.3.4.  Nothing new here.@twitter-17011034:disqus The MB865 was already reported to be LTE, and both MB850 and MB865 are dual-core.

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