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Motorola® Atrix 4G review

The Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone is actually one of the best Android-based devices available in the market. Motorola Atrix 4G is an innovative product, which actually redefines how smart, a smartphone can be. Motorola has very intuitively offered a wide range of accessories, along with this powerful Android 2.2.1 Froyo-based smartphone.

Motorola Atrix 4G has a dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor with Tegra 2 chipset. It supports 2G GSM network and 3G HSDPA network. The 16 GB internal storage, expandable to 48 GB, with the addition of the 32 GB Micro SD card and the 1GB RAM, actually make the Motorola Atrix 4G a powerhouse data-centric phone. The TFT capacitive touch screen of 4 inches with 540 x 960 pixels and 16 M colors, Gorilla Glass display, bio-metric fingerprint reader, Proximity Sensor and the multi-touch input, are further enhanced with the Lapdock application. The Xen Virtual Desktop allows you to work and make/receive phone calls at the same time. The inbuilt speaker phone and Bluetooth headset are innovative.

In the Lapdock mode, you can use a monitor, keyboard and mouse pad. The Lapdock actually remembers your last settings each time you dock on and off. The other interesting standard dock provides standard HDMI port, 3 USB, making this HD multimedia dock provided with the Motorola Atrix 4G  a wonderful experience.

It has a simple interface with applications such as voice-enabled search and dial, Google Maps, and ease of use while driving. The phone case comes with a multi-layer shock absorbing silicon Layer and a wide range of other accessories. There is the Citrix Receiver on the Motorola Atrix 4G, and supports Flash and HTML.

The best gadgets from CES 2011

The best gadgets from Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES), include tablets and smart phones. Here is what they are as per a description I have tried to give. Sony Ericsson’s Xperia arc phone has a 4.2-inch display and has a 1GHz processor. It has an 8-mega pixel camera over on the back of the phone, and a video camera on the front. Its thickness is 0.34 inch. BlackBerry PlayBook  runs a brand brand new operating system and is a 7-inch thin gadget, with  the  front-facing camera of 3MP and a 5MP rear HD based camera. It is powered by 1GHz Cortex-A9 dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. The BlackBerry PlayBook  can handle Flash 10.1, HTML 5 and HDMI.

Apple iPhone 5 will use NFC (Near Field Communication), the short-range wireless technology which can operate as an electronic wallet. Apple iWatch offers reliability and effectiveness of both iPod Touch and iPod Nano  on the same platform and is smaller and thinner. The Motorola Atrix 4G has a dual-core processor with features of a high-resolution display of 4-inch, HD based video capture, a camera which is front-facing, and also a fingerprint reader.

Motorola’s Droid Bionic has dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a 4.3-inch screen and an HD recording facility on video, a camera of 8-megapixel in the back while there is a front-facing calling camera for video. Then there is Motorola’s CLIQ with a display of 3.7-inch, a camera with 5-megapixels capability as well as DNLA capabilities. Acer’s E210 has a 2.6-inches touch screen. It is powered by a 416MHz processor and has 256MB RAM. It  also has a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back, with GPS, Wi-Fi as well as FM radio. Acer Liquid Mini has a 3.2 inch display with a 600MHz processor and 512MB RAM, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, a GPS as well as Bluetooth connectivity.

Samsung’s Infuse 4G uses a 4.5-inch Superb AMOLED plus type display, a camera of 8-megapixels and a 1.2GHz single core processor. LG’s Optimus Black phone consists of a bright display of 4 inches. It is a very slim phone of 0.36 inch thickness packing a 1,500 mAh battery with dual cameras on board. HTC FreeStyle has a 3.2-inch display, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and FM radio. HTC EVO Shift 4G is slightly smaller. It has a 3.6-inch display as well as a QWERTY, slide out keyboard. There’s a 5-megapixel camera on board, as well.

AT&T® to Release Motorola® Atrix 4G

Motorola, Lenovo, Dell, HTC, and quite a few others are changing the dynamics of the smartphone and tablet market stoday. Technology and form factor are changing so rapidly that one wonders what products will be launched in years to come. With Intel, AMD, Tilera, NVIDIA, and others bringing in drastic changes in processor and chip technologies, innovations are being made in application technology in the smartphone and tablet markets.

Motorola like Lenovo and others is bringing to the fore products which will make the future of laptops, notebooks and netbooks redundant. This extreme shift in technology is catching some of us unawares. The Motorola Atrix is an apt example of what we refer above.

The Motorola Atrix 4G or WebTop as it is called is principally a smartphone which can be used as a fully functional laptop using a Dual Core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. It is the first smartphone using the PenTile QHD display with 24 bit graphics. The Atrix has also been called the Nirvana phone, with its docking hardware and super high resolution graphics display. The CES 2011 awarded the Motorola Atrix with over 9 awards in the smartphone category from various players in the market. Motorola Atrix is an Android based smartphone with 1 GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, expandable by 32 GB, totaling to 48 GB, is expected to be a head turner.

The 4 inch PenTile QHD display, 540 x 960, touch based smartphone, with 5.0 MP Dual LED Flash camera, with full 1080 pixel video capture, supported via software, as also a VGA front facing camera for video conferencing, is impressive. The fingerprint scanner on the Android 2.2 / 2.3 with HSPA at 14.4 Mbps and NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core 1 GHz Cortex A9 with GE Force ULP, makes the Motorola Atrix a power packed, feature rich smartphone.

The accessories available as announced expanding the functionality of the Motorola Atrix 4G, include the Laptop Dock, the HD Multi-media Dock, the Vehicle Dock and the Standard Dock. The Motorola Atrix has redefined the logistics angle of smartphones – are we looking at carrying our laptops in our palms, or even beyond that” You can carry a mobile phone around, power packed, moving without the bulk of a laptop around, but performing as a laptop back at the home or office, where more computing power is essential, beyond what is available on the move. The Atrix has merged both the worlds of smartphone and desktop PC into one.

The sleek media player application, with powerful audio and video is something to reckon with. The docking station presently running the Android, with future Motorola version of Linux revisions probable has an interesting web browser app built in. Once docked in, the laptop station has interesting multi-tasking features enabled. The phone window within the WebTop display, easily togglable is also impressive. Make calls and receive phones with the in-built speaker phones and mic provided on the docking station, or even the Bluetooth headset, making the smartphone feature alive, even when docked.

Motorola® Atrix

Motorola Atrix 4G is powered by the NVIDIATegra 2 SoC dual core processor with 1 GB RAM. It has the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. Motorola and Lenovo have introduced products which defeat the concept of mobile phones, in light of their introduction of tablets, which, when connected to their docking stations perform like laptops. It is definitely an interesting concept of the smart phone in the 4G world today. Are we looking at carrying our laptops in our palms, or, something beyond that? Both these giants have proven that we can move around with a mobile phone, without the bulk of the laptop, and performing as a laptop when we want it to, back in the office or home premises where we need more competing power, beyond what we have on the move.

This Atrix attempt, of merging the two worlds of the smart phone and the PC, sounds great. With the dock you no more have to keep playing with a small little virtual keyboard and can use the full keyboard and mouse provided. The long battery life and the unique built in charger, will provide long haul operations like on flights, and with a larger display also. The resolution on the dock screen, a 15 inch display seems a bit low, and may call for improvement.

Motorola Atrix also has a sleek media player application with fairly decent audio and video. The docking station or the laptop shell as we call it, is using, a modification of the standard Android OS, and in future may be run using a Motorola version of Linux. The web browser on the laptop seems good. The shortcuts to folders, directories, file-browser, Mozilla Firefox etc. seem to be an interesting development. You can also make and receive phone calls using the speaker phone provided in the laptop, or the Bluetooth headset of the phone, allowing you to do everything that you do on your phone even when docked.

Motorola® Atrix 4G Transforming AT&T’s Android™ Lineup

There are a number of new mobile phones that are being released recently, promising newly improved features. For the some reason, you want to treat yourself or your love ones by buying a new phone. But the question is, did you find the right phone that suits your expectation? I hope so. But before you make any decisions, let me introduce you to Motorola Atrix 4G. This is not just your ordinary Motorola phone which you think you already know. And you read it right, this is a 4G phone from Motorola, which can offer you new and improved features, applications and features.

The news already said it, Motorola Atrix 4G will be transforming AT&T’s Android Lineup in 2011. This is the only smartphone whose main function is for mobile computing purposes and can be carried easily inside your pocket. Now, what Motorola Atrix 4G phone can do and how will it meets your expectations. Unlike any basic featured phones, Motorola Atrix 4G is considered as a smartphone which offers more advanced mobile computing facility and prompt connectivity through its innovative web top application.

It aims to provide extraordinary computations into your smart phone, making it easier for you to access it anytime and anywhere. Its web top applications can support the Mozilla Firefox browser and can support Adobe Flash Player in order for you to open up streaming sites with rich graphics, videos and animations while surfing over the Internet. The Motorola Atrix 4G can also serve as your minicomputer which has a dual core processor with 1 GHz each for greater power and where you can open any websites, play games, watch HD videos or even opening any multimedia at a fast rate like never before. Because of this, Motorola Atrix 4G is considered as the most powerful smart phone throughout the world. It supports the Android 2.2 operating system where you are allowed to access more than 100,000 applications at the Android Market. You can always download, install or play games anytime you want or watch your favorite TV show through the smart phone’s big screen. It offers 24-bit color, high quality and high definition displays while you use it indoors or outdoors. Multitasking is not a problem at all since the Atrix 4G runs incredibly fast. You can fully make use of the front and rear-facing cameras such as taking clearer pictures, continuous video calls and recoding videos in HD.

For effective security and to avoid intruders to access your Atrix 4G smartphone, its built in biometric fingerprint reader will protect it for you and this serves as your key in unlocking your phone up. Unlike any other phones, you can store up to 48 GB (with 16 GB and a maximum of 32 GB MicroSD card which is optional) for you to keep all you important files inside your phone and access it anywhere whenever you need it to.

You can also use 2 microphones for a clearer conversation while you are in the middle of the crowd and 3 USB ports for keyboards, mouse and speaker functions. There are lots of improvised features and applications in Motorola Atrix 4G and in an instant, you can access it all at your convenience.

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