fujitsu-roadmap-2012

When it comes to technology, Fujitsu is one of those who have established a household name for itself. So when we found the brand’s latest roadmap, we only felt the excitement to share the upcoming Android tablets Fujitsu has in store for all its fans. Based on this image we acquired from Android Community, Fujitsu has plans for two Android tablets this year. The first is a ‘Mainstream Android media tablet’which will arrive in the market in June 2012. With news about the upcoming Android 5.0 Jellybean, we can only hope that this budget tablet is powered by Android 4.0….

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At least six new Android 2.3 Gingerbread devices are falling upon AT&T this fall (or late summer), according to an alleged AT&T roadmap detailing the devices’ internal codenames, operating systems, display resolution, RAM, camera resolution, battery capacity, HSDPA category, and release period. The screenshot of the alleged roadmap was leaked to Pocketnow and shows that two devices each come from Samsung and Pantech, and one each from Motorola and Huawei. The two upcoming Samsung devices are something we have become familiar with lately. One is the Samsung Singa (SGH-I777), whose handset number suggests that it’s the AT&T variant of the…

A crudely scanned slide deck detailing HTC’s portfoilo for Q1 and Q2 2010 was leaked by B3ler3fonte over at xda-developers. Described as a prototype brochure, the document was distributed at a global conference hosted by HTC in Vienna during the month of October. Of the eight handsets slated for launch in the first half of 2010, five of them are Android! We have the Legend, the Salsa, the Bravo, the Tide, and the Buzz. Remember that leaked HTC Android 2.1 ROM that contained codenames for future HTC devices? The Legend and Bravo are included on the list. Let’s not waste…

The guys over at CellPhoneSignal.com and TmoToday.com have a marked up slide which they claim to be from T-Mobile’s 2009 roadmap for Android devices.  For starters, it shows that the G1 will get a price cut before being put out to pasture during the early Fall, only to be replaced by a very different looking T-Mobile G1 v2 device with a code name of “Bigfoot”. The slide would also have us believe that the HTC Magic/Sapphire/MyTouch 3G is coming this Summer. Also quite interesting is the device named the Samsung Houdini.  Based on the other names in this document, it…

Thanks to the guys at HTC Source who noticed, we now have a link to the ever-evolving roadmap for the Android platform’s development. Of note on the current roadmap is the plan to add support for on-screen input methods like virtual keyboards and keypads in the first quarter of next year (2009). Right now these are only “initial thoughts” as to when things might, or should, happen. Nothing concrete. Either way, this will probably be a page worth keeping track of in the future. You can check out the roadmap on the Android source site for yourself.