The Motorola Atrix 4G is one of the first Android "superphones" to use the Tegra 2 chip, as well as the first dual-core device to hit AT&T here in the states. To go with the performance of that Tegra CPU, Motorola threw in a full Gigabyte of RAM, and a 4-inch qHD display. When we first looked at it back in March, we knew the phone had huge potential, and once Google and Motorola got together and sent some tasty Gingerbread out to the Atrix, it became one of the best phones available for power users. With the latest software, this thing is a beast. And you still have a chance to win one of your own in Nvidia and Android Central's Tegra Madness giveaway!
It's easy, just hit the forums and drop a note in the contest thread, and you're entered. Each contest runs for 24 hours (midnight to midnight, Eastern Time), and we'll pick the winner at random, then announce them all in one big blog post next Sunday (Sep. 18). Good luck to all, and be sure to enter all week!
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