T-Mobile is planning to release a new smartphone in the coming months using the Android 'Cupcake' operating system.
The company has yet to provide any details about the new phone, but it is widely expected to be a new HTC Magic model.
T-Mobile has been looking to expand its Android offerings beyond the G1, and is said to be working on a line of products that include tablet PCs and home phone devices.
Google estimates that Android could be running on as many as 20 different handset and netbook devices by the end of the year.
This summer is set to be a busy season for the smartphone market. Aside from the new Android handsets, Palm is planning to launch its new Pre handset on 6 June, while Apple is believed to be preparing a new iPhone model ahead of its summer software update.
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