So, its a fact that NVIDIA will be releasing their own SoC for ARM Cortex-A9 processors. It is FACT that the Android Tegra 2 phone will be coming out. When? Who knows, but the best guess would be sometime in the first half of 2011. Both the NVIDIA CEO and Motorola CEO have confirmed its existence. FYI, this is not 'just another android' phone. This would be the first true next-generation phone, as it will be utilizing dual core processor + Google's yet unseen Gingerbread Android OS. Currently, all phones, including the iP4, is Cortex-A8 based phone. What changes will be seen? - Better power management - Complete Android UI and Marketplace overhaul - Tegra 2 chip will allow 1080p HD processing, up to 2x faster web browsing and up to 5x faster gaming performance (think Epic Citadel running smooth on a 3.5 inch - 4.3 inch screen) - Product lead for Android Andy Rubin has stated that Gingerbread OS will be focusing heavily on gaming. Also, we shouldn't forget that Google is working on a social networking service centered around gaming. Concept Image of a Tegra 2 phone Now, there's a tweet from reputable source that it maybe coming to AT&T. Is this AT&T's F U to Apple when it joins Verizon? Olympus could be the code-name for the Tegra2 phone, but its speculation at this point. If that is true, I'd be jealous that its not coming to Verizon. Anywho, thought I'd let ya'll AT&T subscribers know.