Today Motorola and AT&T announced the Motorola Atrix, arguably the most advance Android device to hit AT&T. For you tech folks, here’s the breakdown:
- Android 2.2 (presumably upgradeable to Gingerbread Android 2.3) with MotoBlur (nope – they haven’t abandoned this branding).
- NVIDIA Tegra dual core processor offering a total of 2GHz of processing.
- 4" QHD display with 24-bit color graphics.
- 1 GB RAM with 16 GB of onboard storage.
- A micro SDHC slot that supports up to 32 GB for a total of 48 GB of useable storage space (HD video anyone?)
- Fingerprint recognition reader ensures secure authenticated access past the lock screen.
- Dual microphone noise recognition for clear crisp conference calls and video capture.
- Front-facing VGA video camera for web conferencing and chat.
- 1930 mAh battery to power this monster device.
- 5MP camera.
The most fascinating feature of this device is the HD Dock. The dock has an HDMI port that plugs into a monitor or TV for quick access to music, pictures, and videos. Motorola offers a unique and easy to use interface to access and display media content.
Another cool accessory is the Atrix laptop dock. The Atrix is running a full version of Firefox and Flash and is capable of displaying this content via the laptop dock, all powered by the phone. Road warriors will appreciate the ability to access the web, edit documents, and make calls without ever touching the phone.
Pricing and availability was not announced.
The Atrix will also be available on Bell Canada and Orange UK.