If your like me, then you have been itching for all of these new android phones we saw at CES to finally start hitting the stores. On the top of my list is the Motorola Atrix, one of the first dual core CPU smartphones to launch this year. While this device is definitely in the running for top spot on the Android phone list, it has one minor problem for us users of Verizon. The Atrix was suppose to be an AT&T exclusive. However today we were tipped off that this device is heading to the Big Red network Q4 of 2011. For those that don't follow AT&T android phones, here's a quick look at the specs of this bad boy: Display: 4.0" QHD with 24-bit color graphics Camera: 5 MP autofocus with LED flash and VGA front-facing camera Processor: nVidia Tegra dual-core 1 Ghz processor Memory: 1GB Ram and up to 48GB Storage (16gb Internal, 32GB External) Dimensions: 2.5 × 4.6 × 0.4 inches Weight: 4.8 ounces Battery: 1930 mAh lithium cell Bluetooth: Version 2.1+EDR with stereo Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n and unlimited usage on AT&T's entire national Wi-Fi network† Talk time: Up to 9 hours Standby Time: Up to 10.4 days Still rumor at this time, but we'll continue to dig for details..