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AT&T Share Facebook page, the Motorola Olympus will be launching in December or January. A reader of BGR took to the Facebook page to ask when we will be seeing a device, and to our surprise whomever was operating the page at the time answered with a timeframe.
However, this could be for some very beneficial reasons. The Verizon handset, currently code named Etna, is expected to hit Verizon in February or March of next year and will fully ready for it's 4G LTE network. The AT&T version (internally known as the Olympus) is getting early impressions mentioning that it is "very fast, and the new screen is beautiful." These two next-gen devices are sure going to be impressive. From the ultra fast and power saving Tegra 2 to the new screen we can expect these to join the Nexus S as the top devices of early 2011. [Via BGR]
Motorola Olympus, have leaked. The pictures - sent to Engadget among other sites - show a device with a strong resemblance to the Motorola DEFY, but with different side controls and what looks to be a front-facing camera in the top bezel. The Olympus is believed to have dual-band WiFi a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR support, but beyond that and NVIDIA's Tegra 2 chipset, specifications are unknown. Previous rumors have tipped AT&T availability first.
HTC First has been an interesting handset to watch. The handset originally launched with a $99 price point that was quickly slashed to under a buck. When AT&T dropped the price to $0.99 (on a two-year agreement) that brought speculation about how things were going downhill for the handset. The carrier maintained the price drop was for a sale, however an end date has still not been announced.