First up is the HTC Fortress, AT&T’s version of the HTC Touch Pro2, which is expected to run on Windows Mobile 6.1 (presumably upgradeable to 6.5 down the road) and will feature a slide-out QWERTY keyboard as well as a large touch screen display. A branded variant of the HTC Touch Diamond2, described as Warhawk, will follow in September boasting a similar touch screen display but no hardware keyboard. HTC also plans a new Android handset, dubbed Lancaster, which is aimed at social networking and features a sideways-sliding keyboard.
It seems the HTC Lancaster was originally planned for an August launch, though that could be delayed in order to put AT&T’s user interface on the device, rather than Google’s. Additionally the slides mention Palm’s Eos, a successor to the Centro that is expected to run WebOS, as well as an iPAQ smartphone from HP and a few BlackBerry devices that include a new Pearl supporting 3G and the upcoming Onyx.