Featured: Motorola ATRIX HD for AT&T Goes Official, Sort Of


For a long time we've been wondering what Motorola are likely to do next after the runaway success of the RAZR and then the RAZR MAXX, I think we all thought "Is this all Motorola have got?". It'd seem that this question has two answers, yes and no. Motorola's landing page for the ATRIX HD, destined for AT&T of course, has gone live despite the lack of any official announcement from the carrier.

I say yes and no to the above question because it certainly looks like the ATRIX HD is no more than a redressing of the Droid RAZR MAXX, right down to the kevlar coated back panel. The device is packing a 4.5" HD display with ColorBoost technology, an 8MP rear camera and a 1.3MP front camera as well as dual-core 1.5Ghz processor, 1GB of RAM 8GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot. The phone itself is 8.4mm thick, packs a 1780maH battery and of course, runs Ice Cream Sandwich.


Curiously enough, the phone feature on-screen navigation controls, something we haven't seen from Motorola, making this one of the only phones outside of the Galaxy Nexus to utilise them in Ice Cream Sandwich. There's no word of the Webtop of old here and the phone does feature Motorola's smart actions on top of everything as well. All in all this looks to be a pretty decent device for Ma Bell's LTE network.

If you're super curious and what to find out more then feel free to check it out over at Motorola's website here.

[Source: Droid-Life]

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