Gizmodo got their hands on some internal Microsoft docs which have put the launch of the Tegra-powered, OLED-screen having, iPod touch-competing ZuneHD at September 8th.  It will come in the very iPod touch and now iPhone-like 16GB and 32GB varieties

A tipster just dropped off a few internal Microsoft docs that point to a September 8 launch of the Zune HD. In addition to that, the tipster says it’s coming in 16GB and 32GB versions. All pretty logical.

We already knew that the HD has Nvidia’s Tegra inside, which makes it a high powered, high performance device that can handle HD output and possibly some nice gaming. What we don’t know is what the cost of the OLED screen and the cost of Tegra will make the final price. No word on that yet from the tipster.

Coincidentally, early September is about the time that Apple unleashes its new iPods and this year should be no different.  Among other improvements, many expect this year’s iPod touches to have a camera with video feature.  GPS and compass might also make the cut.


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