Also, it seems AT&T may turn into an Android stronghold in 2011, as the document mentions that the carrier will offer no less than 12 Android devices this year.
Furthermore, it will make its HSPA+ network 4 times faster compared to its current speeds, and it will support simultaneous voice and data (allegedly, Verizon will also offer this perk, starting with the HTC ThunderBolt).
We can't verify whether this leak is genuine or not, but if true, it surely bodes well for AT&T's future.
Furthermore, some of these handsets may come relatively cheap, if it's indeed true that the HTC Inspire 4G will cost only $99, while the Motorola ATRIX 4G will be priced at $149. For more info on AT&T's future offerings you can check our Upcoming AT&T Phones section.