Upcoming 4G Phones htc inspire

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Recently, AT&T revealed that they are launching a 4G LTE system by mid-year. The information for the markets, exact rollout packages and prices are still limited at the moment, but the provider states that everything will be completed by 2013. This announcement arrives during the midst of a flurry of release for upcoming 4G phones and finally places AT&T on the path to offer high-speed network. Even though competitors such as T-Mobile, Sprint, MetroPCS and Verizon Wireless have been operating 4G networks commercially for some months now, AT&T had been lurking behind.

This provider also unveiled its first collection of 4G-capable cell phones with the Samsung Infuse, Motorola Atrix and HTC Inspire. These initial devices will top-out at HSPA+, now recognized as 4G in International Telecommunications and will operate Android 2.2. The following are some of the other details available for this device to date:

The HTC Inspire is promising the next generation of Sense UI along with cloud services; 1GHz processor; an 8 megapixel camera; 4.3 inch super LCD display and a HD video recorder. In addition, there are information for more photos and more hand-on features.

Motorola Atrix will provide 1 GB RAM and dual-core processor, 16GB memory as well as a 1,920mAh lithium-ion battery. The provider is calling this the most powerful smart phone in the world, but consumers have to check this out from themselves.

The Samsung Infuse is providing 1.2 GHz Hummingbird processor; 1.3 megapixel camera at the front with video calling; 8 megapixel camera along with HD video recording as well as a 4.5 inch Super AMOLED display. The provider is also promising an extremely slim profile.

According to reports, AT&T is set to release the Inspire and Atrix 4Gs during the first quarter in the year and the Infuse 4G will follow later on. They promises to add 5 to 7 gadgets to this lineup by June with over twenty 4G smart phones, modems and tablets to be released towards the end of 2011.

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