Better late than never, it seems that the Motorola Flipout is finally headed to the States to carrier AT&T this weekend. Engadget has also learned that alongside the Flipout release, the carrier should also be updating its LG Neon feature phone with a Neon II follow-up. Also, AT&T is gearing up for some BlackBerry launches on October 3rd, primarily in the form of the BlackBerry Curve 3G and the Pearl 3G. The Pantech Laser will also launch on that date. On October 17, Motorola’s back again with the Bravo and the Flipside, and then the carrier will probably be rounding out the month of October with some Windows Phone 7 handsets.
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