A week ago, when the CES 2011 was at its peak, we had told you about the upcoming Atrix 4G, that was waiting to sail out of the Motorola labs. The phone, a modular dual-core device, was said to be looking at a Q1 2011 release. A leak has almost confirmed a March 1st launch date.
Internal documents from AT&T that were found in the wild by guys at Android Central hint at a March 1st launch date for the handset. Details in the document also speak of dual-core capabilities that the Android phone would be sporting.
The Atrix 4G, which will have spruced up 4G powers thanks to the fast HSPA+ 3G support it incorporates, will also promise everything to charm audiences due to the fact that it has under the hood the dual-core Tegra 2 processor. A new desktop like interface, USB support and capabilities to play 1080p video would make the device even more worthy enough to pick.
The 4G device will boast of a 4.1-inch, 960×540 display, front and back cameras, 16GB of internal storage and dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi with hotspot support . The Atrix 4G will also have an 11.6-inch notebook dock that brings to mind full portable specifications.
The document, posted below, says nothing on the pricing factor. A high end phone, the Motorola Atrix 4G could have a $200 price tag attached to it along with a two-year contract. But then, we are not sure about what AT&T has in mind in that regard.
We are just wondering why AT&T has chosen a March 1 launch date. The carrier has most often gone in for a Sunday release for their devices. March 1 being a Tuesday, it seems like there is a shift in strategy.
The leaked document is here for you:
Tags: AT&T, Atrix 4G, Hotspot, launch date, leak, Motorola, tegra 2, Wi-Fi
Posted January 18th, 2011 in News by Michael