As well as the Samsung Infuse 4G revelation, the AT&T Developers Summit over at CES threw up a few more interesting launch details.

And, with AT&T firmly focused on expanding its 4G network in 2011, the emphasis was squarely on the HSPA+ and LGE devices that would be coming the way of the US of A.

As well as the HSPA+ Samsung handset, there was also news of two other high-speed packet phones; the HTC Inspire 4G and the Motorola Infuse 4G.

Details of the handsets were scant, all we know is that these are Android devices and will form part of a 12-strong Android line-up that AT&T has planned for the next year.

The US carrier also announced that it will be bringing to the tablet table 5 to 7 devices, kicking off with a 10.1-inch Motorola tablet powered by a a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and rocking Android 3.0.

Sound familiar?