Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone doubles as full-blown PC

By Jos
Jan 6, 2011
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  1. It’s all about smartphones and tablets at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show and Motorola is making sure to stand out from the crowd with their newest devices. Following the much-hyped introduction of its Xoom tablet, the first to run on Google's Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the company is showing off what it claims is the world's most powerful smartphone. The Atrix 4G is an Android 2.2 smartphone with a dual-core 1Ghz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 4-inch "qHD" (960 x 540) display, a fingerprint recognizer, a big 1930 mAh battery and 0.4-inch thick body.

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  2. Burty117

    Burty117 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,364   +260

    Thats insane! although its a shame Motorola came up with something like this and not HTC or Nokia.
  3. Hey, give Motorola some credit. I have the Motorola Milestone, and beside the fact that it is taking forever to update to Froyo it is a stable Smartphone.
  4. princeton

    princeton TechSpot Addict Posts: 1,716

    960x540 is actually superior to 960x640. Because it's 16:9 ratio. Opposed to 960x640 being 3:2 ratio.

    Here's the problem. It'll probably run on effing motoblur.
  5. vangrat

    vangrat Newcomer, in training Posts: 223

    OMFG, this is exactly what we have been looking for in an all-in-one device. To top it off it already supports a Citrix remote client which means no hassle in installing third party software, brilliant! I would like to place an order for 100 of these five years ago XD
  6. The Milestone never got Froyo, (and never will) and the HDMI out didn't work.
    If this had Gingerbread, then it would be compelling.
  7. ET3D

    ET3D TechSpot Paladin Posts: 917   +26

    I might have bought a Motorola Defy if it had Froyo, but it's only promised for Q2. So holding out on the Android phone for now, but yes, it's annoying that Moto is always a step or two back with the OS version.
  8. It is good for the country though. Motorola is an American company, HTC and Nokia are not. Is that bad for America or bad for you?


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