The company said on Monday that it is planning five more Google phones this year, led by the Motorola Atrix 2. The new Atrix, which will sell for $99 and hit stores on Oct. 16, features a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1080p video capture and a 4.3-inch screen. Like its predecessor, the new Atrix can connect to a screen and keyboard “laptop dock” and browse the Web using a desktop version of Firefox.
Other models include the keyboard-packing Samsung Captivate Glide, the dual-touchscreen Samsung DoubleTime and the Pantech Pocket. AT&T is also introducing a prepaid Android phone — the Avail — which also marks the first AT&T Android phone made by China’s ZTE.
Prices and exact availability for those products was not announced, though all are due later this year.
AT&T’s announcements come as the fall CTIA cellphone trade show kicks off in San Diego. Also this week, T-Mobile has announced two new tablets, while Verizon added a keyboard-equipped 4G LTE phone to its lineup.