In spite of AT&T not yet launching its LTE/4G network, the carrier recently announced a LTE-compatible product, the LG Adrenaline USB dongle. This is the very first device supporting the new type of connectivity and we learn that it’ll receive an upgrade in order to work on the company’s 4G network, once it rolls out in 2011.


LG Adrenaline goes for $49.99 with a 2 year contract and till the 4G kicks in, you’ll use it to access HSPA and WiFi, if you’re a DataConnect or DataConnect Pass plan owner. Meanwhile, AT&T has another product announcement to make: Pantech Laser is ready for debut, as the thinnest full sliding keyboard handset ever.

Pantech Laser measures 9.95mm in thickness, packs a 3.1 inch AMOLED touch display, social networking features and 3MP camera. It’ll debut on October 17 for $99.99 with a contract.

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