The AT&T-bound, Nvidia Tegra 2-based Motorola Olympus superphone has surfaced yet again. We’ve first heard of this device just a few days ago, and rumor had it that it would have a dual-core processor, and would be launched by AT&T sometime soon.
Today we may have gotten a more accurate time frame for the release. Someone outright asked AT&T about this device on Facebook. And surprisingly enough, someone answered on behalf of AT&T. So what we know now is that the Olympus will become available in December or January.
No details about its specs have been confirmed, but then again, none of the rumored specs were denied either. So with the Samsung Google Nexus S also imminent, it looks like 2011 will begin with an onslaught of dual-core Android smartphones.
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