AT&T intros HTC Inspire 4G and dual-core Motorola Atrix 4G

Shortly after unveiling the Samsung Infuse 4G, AT&T has announced two other new Android smartphones at CES 2011: the Motorola Atrix 4G and the HTC Inspire 4G (pictured earlier today next to Verizon’s Thunderbolt).

Previously seen as Motorola Olympus, the Atrix 4G packs a dual core processor and 1GB of RAM, this allowing AT&T to present it as the “world’s most powerful smartphone ever.” The handset runs Android 2.2 with MotoBlur UI.

The HTC Inspire 4G also runs Android 2.2, but with HTC’s Sense UI on top. It features a 4.3 inch WVGA display and… that’s all we know for now.

Engadget has some live images presenting the new smartphones:

Full specs and press photos of both the HTC Inspire and Motorola Atrix are yet to be unveiled. Anyway, it’s worth mentioning that they’re HSPA+ handsets and don’t seem to support LTE. Even so, AT&T is promoting them as 4G devices. After all, T-Mobile does the same with its HSPA+ phones.

Author: Florin

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