Engadget got a series of tips this afternoon that apparently jive and reveal massive amounts of info on upcoming products, and a big chunk of them are Androids. Samsung Continuum, DROID Pro, HTC’s Merge/Lexicon/Lexikon (which could be carrying my ultimate hardware QWERTY) the LG enV Pro and Moto’s Stingray tablet are all detailed and roughly dated.
Rather than rework the wording of Engadget’s leak, I’ve quotes the Android-specific bullet points below. Check out Chris Ziegler’s post for the full meal.
Samsung SCH-i400 Continuum on tap for late October. We’d heard from our other source that it’d be on tap for early November, but either way, the wait shouldn’t be a long one. It’s got a 1GHz processor and is known internally by the codename “Garnett.”
Motorola Venus in October. This is an interesting one — Verizon bills it as having “BlackBerry look and feel” with a QWERTY keyboard up front below the screen, possibly mimicking T-Mobile’s Charm, but higher-end thanks to a 1GHz processor and both CDMA and GSM / HSPA radios on top of Froyo.
Motorola Droid Pro tentatively scheduled for late October or early November. It’s listed as having a 1.3GHz processor, Froyo, global radios, and Flash 10. We still have every reason to believe this is the phone we’ve been calling the Droid 2 World Edition (or Global Edition), but it’s unclear whether it’ll replace the Droid 2 altogether.
HTC Merge / Lexicon / Lexikon coming in late October / early November, too. Don’t be fooled: all of these code names refer to the same device, and even Verizon’s communication uses both “Merge” and “Lexicon” interchangeably. As expected, it’s a global phone with a 1GHz Snapdragon.
LG enV Pro — with Android — coming in November. In all likelihood, this is the phone we referred to as the enV Touch 2 back in August. It’ll maintain the enV Touch form factor and feature a 1GHz processor plus a global radio, making it the best enV (and frankly, possibly the best Android phone from LG anywhere in the world) to date.
Motorola Stingray tablet in Q1 of 2011. Now this is interesting. We’d previously thought the Stingray would be a smaller tablet, but it now seems it’ll be a full 10 inches with Android 3.0 Gingerbread, 16GB of on-board storage, and Tegra 2. Oh, but that’s not the best part: it’ll also be “hardware upgradeable to LTE,” initially launching with CDMA alone. Whether that means you’ll need to purchase and insert some sort of module or something, we’re not exactly sure.