Sprint Roadmap for June Surfaces

Several members of HowardForums have been discussing a newly leaked BrightPoint roadmap that demonstrates the latest release for the month of June, including confirmation on QChat launch devices, dates and prices.

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The first lineup of devices comprise the initial line up for the consumer launch of QChat now set for June 15th with availability through DirectShip and Telesales set for June 11th though these dates can change at anytime.

The Sanyo PRO-200 and PRO-700 will launch at their respective $249.99 and $269.99 retail pricepoints with the Z400 by Samsung launching at a higher $299.99 pricepoint reflecting the addition of the 1.3 megapixel camera, while the LG LX400 is expected to launch in Red at $279.99 with a VGA camera.

The last device intended for launch in June is the Franklin CDU-680, which will be branded as the Sprint Mobile Broadband USB Modem-U680 instead of using the Franklin brand. The modem will feature zero-CD activation and provisioning with all software held in ROM with compatibility across all major operating systems (Windows XP/Vista. Mac OS X, and Linux compatibility), and will be promoted as the only USB device to not need a separate USB adapter for use on the MacBook Air.

Humberto Saabedra is the Editor-in-Chief of AnimeNews.bizPhoneNews.com and an occasional columnist for Ani.me. He can also be found musing on things at @AnimeNewsdotbiz

7 responses to “Sprint Roadmap for June Surfaces”

  1. Don Louie

    That other Samsung and Moto are missing though

  2. MV

    OK, how about different colored Curves, any ideas or rumors on that one?

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  5. EJ

    Intrigued by QChat, but how long after this initial launch can we expect the second round of phones? These are, well, kinda brutal.

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  7. Ray Carroll

    If this is a Sprint corporate internal document, I do hope the Security and Legal teams launch an investigation and take swift action against the employee(s) involved who violated Sprint’s Extreme Integrity and Code of Conduct polices.