Posted by: Nathan Simon
Apple iPhone 4, BlackBerry, Microsoft Windows Phone 7, Motorola Atrix, RIM
The game changer of phones? Here is a phone that can do it all, including the ability to dock, so it can be used as a netbook!
With its advanced dual-core processing technology, MOTOROLA ATRIX™ 4G puts the power of a PC in your pocket. The MOTOROLA ATRIX 4G features webtop, a web-based application that, when paired with a compatible accessory docking station, truly mobilizes your desktop. Use webtop and the optional docks (sold separately) to surf the Internet with a Mozilla Firefox® browser and Adobe® Flash® Player; create and edit documents; and, access your photos, music and movies on a large screen virtually anywhere. It’s the power – and experience – of a PC in your pocket.
Check out some of the specs…
1GHz Dual Core
up to 16 GB on board
DISPLAY SIZE 4.0-in
qHD (960 x 540)
up to 32 GB microSD
WCDMA 850/1900/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 14Mbps (Category 10) Edge Class 12, GPRS Class 12, eCompass, AGPS SENSORS
I think a phone that has 2 processor cores, up to 48GB of memory, 14Mbps HSDPA, and great screen resolution(960×540), running Android OS will be a great competitor with the likes of the Apple iPhone and Windows 7 Phone.
I’m pretty impressed with all the new phones out there, now if only they could learn a thing or two about batter life from RIM… sigh… check out the Motorola Atrix here.