Last week, AT&T reintroduced us to the Samsung Infuse 4G, one of their biggest (literally) and most high-end Android handsets to date. For those of us that don't need that much phone, though, it appears that AT&T has a device that's a little more low-end on the horizon. What you're looking at above is the Sharp Capa, a smartphone that's packing a Qualcomm 600MHz processor, a 320x480 display of unknown size, a 3-megapixel camera, 512MB RAM, and version 2.2.1 of Android.
With specs like those, it's probably a safe bet to say that the Capa will be joining the recently release LG Phoenix/Thrive on the cheaper end of AT&T's Android lineup. We've heard AT&T say that they were going big with Android in 2011, and it's good to see them going through with that and releasing both high-end devices as well as more affordable ones. So when can we expect to see the Capa arrive on Ma Bell's shelves? There's been no mention of an exact launch date, but it sounds like it'll be landing sooner rather than later. Stay tuned.