Boy, this is just an AT&T kind of morning. After the carrier proclaimed that all 2011 Android phones will get Gingerbread and then confirmed the Thrill 4G's pricing, we've now gotten a sneak peek at one of AT&T's upcoming Android smartphones. The image, which was sent to the folks at BGR, shows off a Samsung-made landscape slider with a triple-wide space bar and four physical Android navigation buttons flanking the QWERTY keyboard on either side. There's not a lot of information available about the handset besides what we can glean from the image, but BGR thinks that it'll be one of AT&T's flagship products.
So, what do you all make of this AT&T-bound Samsung slider? There may not be a lot we know about it, but we're always excited to see more phones with physical keyboards hit the market. This is especially true with AT&T, whose only other Android-powered landscape QWERTY offerings are the Pantech Crossover and the aging Motorola Flipside. More on the device as we get it.