Bell Mobility has announced that it too will be offering the Motorola ATRIX 4G, with the Tegra 2 powered Android 2.2 superphone headed to the network in the coming months. As with AT&T, Bell will offer not only the ATRIX 4G but the pair of accessory docks: the HD Multimedia Dock and the Webtop laptop dock. Pricing for the Bell ATRIX 4G is yet to be announced. [via SlashGear]
Android Central in Rolling Stone magazine, though right now there are no specs attached. However, the handset looks very similar to HTC's Desire HD, though we're guessing that - as T-Mobile USA does - AT&T is referring to HSPA+ as "4G" in this context.
T-Mobile myTouch 4G has gone up for sale on the company's site, with four color versions of the HSPA+ capable smartphone available. Priced at $199.99 after an online discount and a $50 mail-in rebate - also assuming you're willing to sign up to a two-year agreement - the myTouch 4G is also available contract-free for $449.99. The black, plum, red or white handset has a 3.8-inch capacitive touchscreen, WiFi b/g/n and runs T-Mobile's custom version of HTC Sense.