US wireless carrier AT&T has unveiled six new Android based LTE devices at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas which include five smartphones and one tablet device that will be made available to customers in first half of 2012.
Among the new LTE line-up announced by AT&T is the Samsung Galaxy Note, a tablet-smartphone hybrid with comes with a huge 5.3 inch Super AMOLED screen, the Samsung Exhilarate, an eco-friendly budget smartphone and the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD which comes with a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED screen and a dual core processor.
Sony will also be offering its Xperia Ion smartphone on AT&T. The device, running on Android 2.3, comes with a 4.6 inch HD display and a 12 MP camera.
AT&T also introduced the Pantech Element tablet device, the first Android tablet to come with support for LTE. The water-proof tablet comes with an 8-inch screen and runs on Android 3.2 Honeycomb. It will be available on AT&T for $300 on a two year contract.
AT&T will also be offering the Pantech Burst budget friendly Android smartphone, which comes with a 4-inch screen and will be available for $50 per month. The company plans to make the device available from January 22, c|net reports.