The Motorola Atrix HD Almost becomes Official…Almost
Do you remember the Motorola Atrix? It was that crazy bar styled device with the biometric fingerprint scanner and webtop functionality that broke into the market place a while back. The first Atrix made its debut at CES in 2011 and the hype surrounding the device, quickly rose to epic heights and then subsequently fell pretty fast. CTIA that same year brought us the likes of the Motorola Atrix 2 that was released alongside a handful of Android handsets to At&t. Given the seemingly fast cycle of the Atrix, shouldn’t we be expecting an Atrix 3 soon? Yes actually we should, and recently Atrix 3 aka Dinara rumors have pointed to just that. However our mid week day of celebratory independence has pushed some new nearly official details of the Motorola Atrix 3 to the top of the internet’s.
The 4th day of July looks to have brought more than just some lame o’ fireworks and grilled foods. It seems as if someone over at Motorola was not digging the festivities and decided to post the new Motorola Atrix HD on the company’s website for all to see. The Motorola Atrix 3 aka Dinara aka, MB886 was last seen passing through the halls of the FCC and has just revealed itself in all its glory on Motorola’s very own website. Unfortunately however this seems to have been a mistake as the device is nowhere to be found on the companies’ site. But while it was up, DroidLife.Com pulled all the juicy details from the horse’s mouth and now a better picture of the Atrix HD is forming. From the pictures you may think, great another RAZR, but it’s not until it presents itself front and center, you’ll get that familiar Atrix feel. According to the details listed on Motorola’s site, the Atrix HD will indeed make its way to At&t and sport 4G LTE connectivity. Internally it will run with a 1.5 GHz dual-core chipset, 1GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. Around back an 8 mega pixel camera is firmly in place alongside a good old fashioned LED flash. Up front a 1.3 mega pixel camera will be charged with doing self portraits and video “conferencing” duties. The screen measures in at 4.5 inches carries an HD pixel resolution and LCD technologies with ColorBoost. The Atrix HD will also have expandable micro SD memory options up to 32GB and will run the likes of Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich. An additional piece that is being reserved as a huge downside to this new device is it carries with it a 1780 mAh battery, most won’t think twice about it, but it may be good advice to wait for the Atrix HD Maxx!!
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