It pays to listen to Motorola Mobility's quarterly earnings calls, because new CEO Sanjay Jha (OK, old CEO, but new CEO of the newly separate MM ... you know what we mean) dropped a little news on a couple of devices you might care about.

The
Motorola Atrix 4G


is due on AT&T by the end of February, he said. The
Xoom


could be late February or March (Verizon's said Q1 from the outset, so Jha's hedge is safe either way). The LTE-capable
Droid Bionic's


slated for the end of the second quarter, as is the hardware upgrade (whatever that ends up being) for the Xoom to get LTE data. Good news, indeed.

Oh, and highlights of the earnings report:

  • Revenue accrual of $3.4 billion, which is 21% higher than Q4 2009
  • Mobile devices comprised of $2.4 billion of that revenue, which is up 33% from 2009
  • 4.9 million smartphones were shipped
  • Operating cash revenue sits at $225 million
Full announcement's after the break. [
Motorola


]


Atrix 4G, Xoom coming at the end of February, Motorola Mobility CEO says


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