An internal Sprint roadmap has surfaced with preliminary information on new phones and devices for the coming year.
A new HTC device codenamed A9292, the LG LN510 handset with a touchscreen display and QWERTY keyboard in blue, purple and red along with the LG LN240, which will be another messaging device and the LG LS680, a variant of the GSM GW620 that runs Android.
New handsets by Samsung include the M350 which will be will be an entry-level touchscreen device, the M570 which will succeed the Exclaim and the M910 which is expected to be the successor to the Moment. The Samsung Rant will also launch on Boost this year as a part of that division’s forthcoming CDMA revival beginning this month.
The Palm C40 is a new unknown device already listed internally with no further information and the BlackBerry Tour 2 9650 is also listed which will include Wi-Fi and BlackBerry OS 5.0. The BlackBerry Pearl Flip will also launch this year and will include upgraded features from the initial version found on Verizon.
Sanyo will launch its first smart device in the 8600 with a new unknown entry in the Motorola MS400. Several other handsets will also come out in different colors: the Instinct S30 in pink, the Reclaim in grey and the M330 in blue.
On the Nextel side, the Motorola i1 is the new name for the prevously leaked Opus One. A black version of the Clutch will launch along with the i680 and i890 this year. The i680 will be a rugged clamshell with a 2.0 megapixel camera and flash while details on the i890 are unknown.