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Live from CES 2010: AT&T (finally) getting Android, Palm webOS Phones

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January 6th, 2010


By Ari Driessen
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It’s been a long time coming, but AT&T has finally confirmed that it will be getting five Android phones and two Palm webOS phones in the first half of this year. The nation’s second largest carrier’s selection of Android phones will include devices from Motorola, HTC, and long-time Android veteran manufacturer HTC. Motorola’s BackFlip is likely headed AT&T’s way just as rumored, and will sport Motorola’s MOTOBLUR interface just like the T-Mobile CLIQ. AT&T’s HTC devices haven’t been confirmed, but an AT&T version of the Hero/Droid Eris is a distinct possibility. As far as Dell goes, a version of the Mini 3 is making it all the way from China to AT&T. Thinks are still a bit iffy, but if Boy Genius is on target, AT&T will be getting a Pixi-like Palm Eos. Well, looks like AT&T will add a bit more firepower to its arsenal than just the iPhone in the coming months — and they’ll surely need it.

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