AT & T announced in the recent times that it will launch five new Gingerbread Android smartphones by the end of the year. As per the Los Angeles Times, the network launched a new line, which runs from the lower end of the high-end market.
At the top is the Motorola Atrix 2, which has a 4.3-inch touch screen display along with resolution of 940 x 540 pixels, eight gigabytes of storage built a front-facing camera, a 1 gigabyte of RAM, a 1 gigahertz dual-core processor and an eight-megapixel camera which can shoot supported to 1080p high definition video. Motorola Atrix 2 also provides "4G speeds" and runs on the HSPA + network of AT & T.
The following is the Captivate Samsung Glide, which also at the upper end of the market. The Glide Captivate slide features complete physical keyboard as well as a 4-inch 400 x 800 touchscreen, and the similar dual-core processor and RAM as the Motorola Atrix 2. It has the features of the front and back facing the camera, and runs on the same network HSPA +4G of AT & T.
The Pantech pocket, the DoubleTime of Samsung and AT & T Availability of telephone prepaid round out of alignment, and are described by the Los Angeles Times as "the small end of the variety." The pocket has a large Pantech, the extra square and runs on a 1 GHz processor with a 4-inch touch screen and 5 megapixel camera back.