This weekend AT&T will get yet another non-high-end Android smartphone - the Motorola Flipout, which is like the success of the not so popular Motorola Backflip.
It's almost like AT&T prefers it this way. They'd rather take the unpopular Android phones to prove a point. That Android is not as good as the iPhone. But when it comes to Windows Phone 7, they are going to be the main carrier to promote it, and they will promote it big time.
In the mean they'll pretend they sell real Android phones, too, so let's see what the Flipout is all about this weekend.