See that phone sitting up there, AT&T customers? That's the Pantech Magnus/Batsu P9090, an Android-powered handset that was recently revealed by @evleaks on Twitter and could very well be sitting on the shelves of your local AT&T store in the near future. Details about the phone and its availability are still unclear, but we can see what appears to be a front-facing camera sitting next to AT&T's globe logo.
It's worth noting that the "Magnus P9090" name has popped up once before, attached to a handset that we now know as the Pantech Flex when that phone leaked out in August. However, Pantech's support site shows that the Flex is actually the P8010, a fact also pointed out by @evleaks. Taking the model numbers into consideration (and assuming that this new device is the real P9090), the Magnus could sport a slightly higher-end spec sheet than the Flex, which includes features like a 4.3-inch 960x540 display. Now we just have to wait for AT&T and Pantech to officially announce the thing to find out exactly what the Magnus's spec list looks like.