Sprint to sell CDMA Motorola ATRIX and the Motorola XOOM?

Sprint to sell CDMA Motorola ATRIX and the Motorola XOOM?
This one goes out to all of the Sprint faithful who had to suffer through the Kyocera Echo announcement becoming the butt of jokes among cellphone fanatics. Hopefully, this will brighten your day. There is now word from a tipster for Android and Me, who has proven himself correct in the past, that the nation's third largest carrier will be introducing a CDMA version of "The world's most powerful smartphone".

That's right, the Motorola ATRIX 4G in CDMA form is rumored to be heading to Sprint. Along with the handset, the lapdock is also expected to be made available to Sprint customers. The announcement is expected next month.

The Sprint/Motorola combo has only had one Android phone launched, the rugged Motorola i1, but with Verizon possibly pre-occupied with other high-end handsets, Motorola apparently has turned to Sprint for a CDMA version of the ATRIX 4G. And with the carrier getting ready to introduce the EVO 3D as we reported, this announcement had to be set back one month, to April.
 
If you are a Sprint customer, would the launch of the Motorola ATRIX 4G (or a similar phone with a different name) and the XOOM be enough to put that smile back on your face?

source: AndroidandMe

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ATRIX 4G CDMA
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