The Android community has been following the story of the Motorola Olympus since Taylor Wimberly over at Androidandme.com first reported it at CTIA. We watched him journey through San Francisco to get all the information he could from Motorola and Nvidia.
It all started with some facetime that Wimberly had with Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha at a Verizon event pre-opening night at CTIA, from there through a series of secret meetings and whispery phone calls Wimberly was able to build the story around the phone he originally dubbed “Terminator”. With a dual core Tegra-2 processor, a large crisp display, and Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” on board this was going to be one sweet phone. It seems now that it’s here.
Intomobile is reporting from a reliable tipster that AT&T will be showing off the Motorola Olympus at CES in a special press event or perhaps at their pre-show developer conference.
In addition to the Tegra 2 processor and Gingebread (hopefully) the Motorola Olypus will feature a 4.3″ screen, front facing camera and 1080p HD video playback. We can’t wait to get our hands on this beauty, hopefully at CES.