Jul 7th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:09 pm

The Samsung Vibrant will be out by the end of the month, the Motorola Charm was just announced, and now we are hearing whispers of the Motorola MB710 heading to T-Mobile as well, so just how many more Android devices could they have up their sleeve? According to a leaked product road map there should be more than enough to keep Android enthusiasts busy.


For starters, it looks like updates are coming for more than a few phones, including the myTouch 3G Slide and myTouch 3G and the Motorola Cliq and Cliq XT in the last few months of summer. Then in September we see the Motorola Charm, though it may end up coming earlier if this road map happens to be a bit outdated (it seems to originate from just prior to the summer handset season kicking off). Also in September we see a phone called the HTC Vangaurd sporting Android, though no other details are available.

Things really start getting interesting in November, as T-Mobile looks like they want to stock up big on Android options for the holiday season. Plans are for two Moto devices (one of which could very well be that XB710), an unspecified LG Android, and the oft-rumored HTC Project Emerald device. Much speculation has pointed to this phone being a refresh/relaunch of the Sidekick brand in a big way, though no hard evidence has surfaced to suggest this as fact.

Enough to hold over current T-Mobile customers to see what’s next? Is the upcoming Android assualt and HSPA+ speeds enough to win over new subscribers? Just how many Android phones across carriers will there be keeping us here at Phandroid busy come the holiday season? My brain hurts thinking about it.

[via AndroidSpin]

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