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Motorola unveils Atrix HD

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 Jul 2012 19:05 User comments (3)

Motorola unveils Atrix HD Motorola Mobility has unveiled their first smartphone since being purchased by Google.
The Atrix HD and its specs were accidentally posted by Motorola on their site before being taken down.

In regards to specs, the device has a 4.5-inch display with 720p resolution, Android 4.0.4, a dual-core processor at 1.5GHz, 8GB internal storage, 1GB RAM, dual cameras 8MP/1.3MP.

AT&T will be the carrier selling the device, as expected as a sequel to the Atrix 2 launched last year.

On the design side, the Atrix HD has a very slim 0.33-inch profile, a Kevlar-coated backplate and removes physical buttons to instead use software.

The Atrix HD will use a light version of Motorola's own UI, as well.

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3 user comments

15.7.2012 21:58

Motorola support has been awful for the Droid X2. They lock down the bootloader so they can pretend to be Apple, I guess.

I had Moto for 17+ years. No more.

27.7.2012 22:14

Apparently Verizon is pulling the strings behind the curtain as the new Samsung Galaxy S3 has a locked down & encrypted bootloader as well, but only if you're on Verizon.

I'm shopping for a different carrier.

38.7.2012 14:31
graystroke
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All carriers will most likely have the same policy as those that root phones and brick them come in for warranty blaming the phones. I saw this mindset with the diesel trucks as many would chip them and blow a block and blame Ford!

My 2003 F-250 cost 32k today 58K just insane! Shop around but don't get hopes up to high.

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