Motorola’s beefy ATRIX 4G coming to AT&T March 1st?

By on January 14, 2011 at 7:31 AM.

Motorola’s beefy ATRIX 4G coming to AT&T March 1st?

There is no doubt about it, Motorola’s ATRIX 4G is one serious handset. Dual-core Tegra processor? Check. 1GB RAM? Check. High resolution display? Check. Heck, there’s even a laptop-like dock accessory that the phone can power… just to make sure you’re fully impressed. The only thing the device has been lacking is a release date — that is, until now. The gang over at Android Central have acquired a document from an AT&T source that tips the launch date for the beefy handset as March 1st. Up to this point, AT&T and Motorola have only committed to “Q1″ as the launch timeframe. To us, March 1st makes plenty of sense, so the only question is: can you wait that long? How about it, who’s going to be picking up an ATRIX 4G on uno de Marzo? Hit the jump to check out the aforementioned document. More →

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HTC Incredible HD to be officially named Thunderbolt 4G?

By on December 27, 2010 at 3:33 PM.

HTC Incredible HD to be officially named Thunderbolt 4G?

Here’s some speculative information on a handset we’ve been calling, up to this point, the HTC Incredible HD. The HD has not had the stealthiest pre-release life. You may remember that we first spotted the device way back in August and pegged it for release on U.S. carrier Verizon Wireless. Just last week, the device made a handful of cameos on various technology sites thanks to, what appeared to be, a controlled leak. Fast forward to today, and an ad campaign being run on blog Android Central may have revealed the handset name that HTC plans to go to market with. That name is… Thunderbolt 4G. An advert displayed on the site that mirrors the one pictured above directs users to a non-working website with the URL http://www.htc.com/4G?extcid=Thunderbolt-4G-Disp. Now, we’re obviously making some assumptions based on the URL string, but it doesn’t seem to be too out of whack with HTC’s naming conventions. What do you think of the name Thunderbolt 4G? More →

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