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Motorola and AT&T unveil ATRIX 4G Smartphone

The ATRIX™ 4G smartphone announced by Motorola today at CES 2011 will be powered by a dual-core 1Ghz processor, 1GB of ram, a high resolution qHD 24-bit colour display and comes with Android 2.2 Froyo preinstalled. This is Motorola’s 1st 4G phone, while other 4G phones already out in the market includes HTC EVO and HTC MAX. The smartphone is expected to be available to AT&T in Q1 2011

The ATRIX™ 4G smartphone announced by Motorola today at CES 2011 will be powered by a dual-core 1Ghz processor, 1GB of ram, a high resolution qHD 24-bit colour display and comes with Android 2.2 Froyo preinstalled. Other features of the phone include Wireless N, HD recording, HDMI output, 16GB (internal) up to 32GB (expandable) and 4G surfing speeds. One new feature implemented by Motorola is the Biometric Fingerprint Reader, which greatly enhance security and protection against theft. A large 1930mAh battery also ensures extended battery life for productivity and connectivity. This is Motorola’s 1st 4G phone, while other 4G phones already out in the market includes HTC EVO and HTC MAX.

 

A feature that comes with the new ATRIX™ 4G is the “Motorola Webtop Application”. Coupled with a Motorola exclusive dock, users are able to extend their capabilities of their smartphone to stay connected at home or at the office, providing a revolutionary interactive computing experience. The Entertainment Centre feature also allows for photo, music and video sharing on TV screens in living rooms.

The smartphone is expected to be available to AT&T in Q1 2011

Source : Motorola

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