Verizon to Launch New Androids, Blackberrys and Tablets By the End of 2010

We had given you a glimpse of Verizon’s 2010-2011 roadmap about a week back, here on Techie-Buzz. Today, new information has surfaced about Verizon’s 2010 plans and it’s looking great.

Verizon Wireless Roadmap 2010

Verizon has a slate of Android launches planned for this year. It will also launch 2 new Blackberry devices and some Android tablets.

In September, we will see the launch of the globally compatible Motorola Droid 2 World Edition. We can also expect the Motorola Citrus WX445, a low end Android phone.

In October, RIM will launch the Blackberry Storm 3 9570 and the Blackberry Curve 3 9330, both running the new shiny Blackberry OS 6.

October will also see the launch of the Samsung Fascinate, a CDMA variant of the Galaxy S on Verizon’s network. The Samsung Continuum I400 mid-range Android phone and the low end Samsung Gem I100, a QWERTY Android handset will also be released around the same time.

The new Motorola XT610, a cheaper version of the Droid X with lower specs but the same 4.3 inch display, and the Motorola Droid Pro will be launched by the end of October. Even the Palm Pre 2 running WebOS should be available by then.

Finally, in November 2010, we will see the HTC Merge, a Android superphone with a 10 MP camera and two new Android tablets — the Motorola Z600 and the Samsung I800 (Galaxy Tab).

The enTourage eDGe (a dual display ebook reader + tablet with Android) and an enTourage Pocket device will also surface around that time.

With all this awesomeness, who needs the iPhone 4 on Verizon?

Source: Phone Arena

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