Motorola is again upping the ante with AT&T announced Motorola ATRIX 4G which comes packing the NVIDIA Tegra 1GHz dual core processor, 1gb of RAM,  and a 4.0 inch QHD screen with 24 bit color graphics.  Of course the ATRIX 4G will come with Android 2.2 Froyo with MOTOBLUR. The ATRIX 4G will also come with a “Standard WebKit browser on device and full HTML tabbed Firefox® Web browser in webtop** mode”

The ATRIX 4G will also come with a 5mp main shooter and only a VGA front facing camera. The ATRIX will also come with a Dock that will make use of the HDMI out on the device to make media viewing an absolute pleasure. Also, the ATRIX will be powered by a 1930 mAh lithium cell battery!

No word on the release date but you can sign up on the AT&T Webpage for Alerts on availability.

Here are the specs:

  • 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

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Well finally a device with a “real” battery. But with all the crap this baby is packing it will probably only last about an hour. Oh well.

  2. Finally, a device with the Tegra processor (at least the first I’ve see after some awesome teaser videos put out by Nvidia what seems like years ago.)

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