The Motorola Atrix 4G was announced at the AT&T Summit and the device looked very promising and impressive. It will run on Android 2.2 with a dual core Tegra 2 processor with a whopping 1 GB RAM. It will have a 16GB memory expandable up to 32 GB. It features a decent 5 megapixel camera with LED Flash and auto focus, 4 inch touch screen with Gorilla glass display, MOTOBLUR UI with live widgets, office based softwares, GPRS/EDGE, HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, micro USB port, HDMI port, IM services, social networks integration (Facebook, Twitter and MySpace), Google maps, digital compass, Adobe Flash player 10.1, music player and FM Radio. Its first look suggests that it is a sleek Smartphone weighing only 135 g and will be available in black color.
The release date of the Motorola Atrix 4G has been announced to be somewhere in March or April; however some have speculated the release date to be March 1st. The model is set for a UK release with Orange but the price has not yet been confirmed. Motorola is preparing to provide an accessory Laptop dock with ‘WebTop’ for the Atrix 4G which would transform the appearance and functionality of the phone into a Netbook. It supplies a video docking solution where in, it can pair up with the dock hooked to the Television or desktop monitor and is capable of producing 1080p video.
Motorola, in the recent past, had not produced models that could be termed as an improved fantastic handset. But with this upcoming model Atrix 4G, they seem to have re-entered the market with an enhanced vision and can be considered to be a potential game changer in the mobile computing world, maybe even giving the iPhone 4 a run for its money. we never know!