The Motorola ATRIX is a true pioneer in the Android lineup of the tech giant. When launched, the droid was the first device to sport a qHD resolution screen. It was also among the first dual-core devices to hit the market.
Today, we have a batch of shots of the successor of this mighty droid. Internally known as Motorola Edison, the smartphone looks a tad different than when we first saw it a couple of months ago. It has swapped its glossy back cover for a textured one, and changed the location of its AT&T logo.
The device will clearly be launched on the AT&T network in the United States. Rumor has it however, that it will lack LTE capability. The 8MP, full HD capable snapper is present just like last time. We also know that the ATRIX 2 will come with Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread out of the box. Ice Cream Sandwich will likely be available as an upgrade.
Sadly, we still have no information on the chipset of the device, or any other of its specs. Our suspicion is that they will be in line with the recently launched Motorola DROID BIONIC. We certainly hope that the device's launch will come soon to address all the question marks.
So far the best android phone i have owned. very fast very stable battery life is supurb and not one i mean not one force close at all ever. data and phone connection is great i have no complaints whatsoever i traded in my 1 week old galaxy s2 for th...
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Will overcome expectations once again, but I still believe on Nexus Prime. Now that Motorola is part of Google, I hope that MotoBlur will be updated accordingly with android OS