Good news, T-Mobile customers! Your selection of hot, new handsets is about to grow quite a bit in the next couple of months. An internal T-Mobile document has landed in the hands of our friends over at TmoNews and, while it's just a list for accessories and doesn't provide any release info on actual phones, it does reveal quite a few handsets that should be heading to T-Mobile in the near future. First up is the Windows Phone 7-powered HTC HD7, which is likely the name of the HD3 that we saw leak recently. Next is the "Comet," which we know next to nothing about right now. Then we have the Dell "Claire," which is said to be T-Mobile's version of the 5-inch Dell Streak. Continuing with Android, there's the Motorola Jordan, which we know of as the recently unveiled Motorola DEFY, and the Motorola Begonia, a device that we've seen on a previously leaked T-Mo roadmap. LG also makes an appearance, with their Optimus Z. Finally, you BlackBerry lovers will be glad to know that T-Mobile will be getting the Bold 9780, although I think we all kind of expected that they would.
While it's pretty disappointing that we're getting info on phone accessories rather than potential release dates for the handsets themselves, it's nice to have an idea of what kind of devices T-Mobile will soon be launching. HTC's HD7 should be great, as the HD devices have been known to pack some powerful hardware beneath Microsoft's mobile OSes, and the fact that Windows Phone 7 is on board makes the HD7 that much more exciting. The Motorola Begonia could also be interesting, depending on what form factor and hardware Moto decides to use for the handset. The one thing I know for sure is that the next few months are going to be full of excitement for T-Mobile customers!