We know T-Mobile is planning to release their first phone with native HSPA+ capabilities right around the end of the summer. All signs point to it being an Android phone, most likely one made by HTC. The HTC Vanguard spotted on a leaked product roadmap and scheduled for a September 9th release seems to be the prime candidate to receive the HSPA+ treatment. It is no surprise then that the Vanguard name appears hidden in the source code of a new site T-Mobile has launched to tease their upcoming phone geared towards their enhanced 3G network that they claim gives even current 4G offerings a run for their money.
Is the HTC Vanguard actually the HTC Vision? And will it be released with the branding of the T-Mobile G1 Blaze? It’s a very real possibility but we can’t be sure just yet. From the veiled render on the teaser site it’s hard to get an idea of what exactly the phone will look like. The phone could be the first to not only introduce true HSPA+ but also a faster processor than the 1GHz Snapdragon we have grown accustomed to shipping in HTC’s high-end phones.
So how is that for a lineup that went from owning few high-end Android phones to now playing host to the Samsung Vibrant and whatever beast this new HSPA+ phone ends up being. Pretty good options developing for T-Mobile subscribers. Hey, I even heard they could be getting the iPhone!
[via Android and Me]
Fuente: Android Phone Fans