Today at CES, AT&T took the stage along with Motorola, Samsung and HTC to announce three new high end Android devices, and also announced that an additional 9 will be arriving through 2011.
First up is the HTC Inspire 4G, which is very similar to the Desire HD, except with AT&T 4G HSPA+ frequencies. It has a 4.3" screen, 1GHz processor, and pretty much all the same other specs of the Desire HD.
Next is the Samsung Infuse 4G, a massive, 4.5" device that features a 1.2GHz processor and a new type of screen technology which promises better contrast and outdoor readability while maximizing battery life. It has an 8MP camera and will be the thinnest smartphone AT&T offers when it launches.
And finally, there is the Motorola Atrix 4G, which features a very fast dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. Other specs like screen size and such aren't known yet.
AT&T also announced that they'll be calling their HSPA+ network "4G," just like T-Mobile has decided to do. They will also be launching an additional 9 Android devices through 2011, which is a major shift from their current mentality. AT&T is also known for having a staunch anti-install policy for outside apps, limiting all phones to installing apps only from the Android Market. Whether all of these new devices will continue to follow that trend or not are unknown. Be sure to check out Engadget's coverage of these three devices here, here, and here.