Just as rumored, predicted and confirmed, the Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone is available with AT&T starting today. The Atrix 4G was originally supposed to be released on March 1st, but for some unknown reason, the launch got bumped up. Amazon Wireless also has the Atrix 4G for $149.99 with a contract. 

With an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage the Atrix is a formidable offering which when coupled with the dock offers something unique. Also included is a 5mp camera capable of capturing HD video, front-facing webcam and 4G connectivity. 

The laptop dock features a large screen and full keyboard powered entirely by the handset. Unfortunately the lapdock isn't as reasonably priced as the handset. When purchased together with the Atrix it will cost $500 as part of an introductory offer. When purchased separately it will also cost $500.

There were a bevy of Android phones introduced at CES. One stood out and that was the Motorola Atrix 4G, winner of the Best of CES 2011. This was largely due to the unique accessories and capabilities of the phone. 

In particular, the ability to dock the Atrix 4G into a laptop dock accessory and transform it into a capable laptop. Unlike most phones we’ve reviewed in the past, the Atrix is unique in the breadth of accessories that transform this phone into a laptop, multimedia device and more.
By. Androidguys

Tuesday, February 22, 2011 | 0 comments | Labels: ,


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