Ambitious news out of AT&T, with a leaked slide suggesting that the carrier plans to release a full 12 new Android devices in 2011. That's not all, though; the slide - passed to Phandroid - confirms that AT&T expects not just two exclusive 4G devices in Q1 2011, but to have a range of twenty to choose from by the end of the year.
One of the devices sitting in both those categories will be the Motorola ATRIX 4G, the touchscreen smartphone announced at CES 2011 and which has an optional dock for using it as a notebook replacement. There's also the HTC Inspire 4G; both devices are expected to arrive before the end of the first quarter.
The remainder of the devices are yet to be announced, but we're hoping there's at least one Windows Phone 7 device among the line-up, and we wouldn't argue with an LTE webOS smartphone either. Of course, "devices" can also include tablets, so it's not just handsets on the cards here either.
[via Android Community]