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Verizon spring roadmap

Been wondering when a particular upcoming Verizon Android phone will launch? Wonder no more, as a number of handset launch dates have been reveal thanks to a leaked roadmap sent over to the folks at Phandroid. If the roadmap is indeed legit, the next couple of months look like they'll be chock full of Android, with a little Windows Phone 7 sprinkled in. As you can see up above, we can expect the Casio Command (aka C771 Gz'One) and Samsung DROID Charge on April 7th, with the Xperia PLAY, HTC Trophy, and DROID Incredible 2 later in April. Then there's the LG Revolution on May 5th, with the DROID Bionic, DROID X2, and and LTE-ready Samsung Galaxy S II in May.

As with most rumors, it's probably a good idea to keep a few grains of salt handy here, especially since there are a couple of things about the roadmap that make me raise an eyebrow. For example, most of the leaks we've seen so far have claimed that the DROID X2 won't be an LTE-capable device. We have heard that the DROID Charge will be landing on April 7th, which this roadmap also shows, although it's possible that that date was just pulled from the same rumor we reported on. I'd say that while it may be good to keep these dates in the back of your mind, but I wouldn't go getting them off work just yet.

Via Phandroid


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