During the events this morning, the Motorola Atrix 4G was officially announced for support of AT&T’s network with a Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM 16GB of internal storage. It looks like a hefty phone, and even packs a 1930mAh battery. The Atrix 4G is an HSPA+ phone that can support up to 14.4mbps. In font is a 4.0″ QHD (960×540) screen with 24bit color support. UPDATEDFinally, AT&T has a full webpage devoted to the Atrix 4G.
- NVIDIA® Tegra™ – the world’s most advanced mobile processor featuring dual core technology including 3D graphics
- QHD display – 24-bit color graphics that refresh faster than other smartphones
- Pocket or dock it – experience connected computing no matter where you are with MOTOROLA Laptop Dock and HD Multimedia Dock
- High performance 1 GB RAM – up to 48 GB available memory for quick access to thousands of songs, photos, and files
- Advanced fingerprint recognition reader keeps everything secure – only you can access what’s on your device
- Android™ 2.2 operating system with access to thousands of apps in Android Market
- Voice quality is clear even in loud environments thanks to two-microphone noise reduction technology
- Front-facing VGA video camera
- Long-lasting 1930 mAh battery
Looks like Tegra 2 is a go, as well as a fingerprint reader round back. That is a really large battery, almost 25% larger than most Android phone batteries today. I wonder if that’s for the Tegra 2 or if it really will result in longer life.
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