While we’re waiting to see the first Google Motorola Android devices, which could come with Intel processors on board – considering that Motorola and Intel have announced at CES 2012 a multi-year multi-device partnership – we’ll remind you that the Android maker is going to launch other interesting devices on its own.
Such is the case of the Motorola Atrix HD, codenamed Motorola Dinara in previous leaks and rumors. Motorola has quietly introduced the device, although we still have no idea when AT&T is going to launch it and how much it will cost. This third Atrix model in Moto’s lineup is very similar to the company’s resurrected Android-based RAZR family, but this time around we’re looking at a GSM model that has its own design characteristcs.
Here’s what the Atrix HD has to offer when it comes to specs and features:
According to the image above the phone could hit stores on July 26 – see the on-screen widget – although we’ll be waiting for AT&T to unveil official availability details before we can confirm that potential release date. As for pricing, we expect this device to sell for $199.99 when purchased with a two-year contract with AT&T, but that’s only speculation from our part at this point.
Anyone excited about this new Motorola LTE-ready handset?
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Motorola makes really good hardware. The screen of my motorola defy is still as good as most of the more recent smartphones. It is also very solid.
Two cores should be enought for most applications. I like the design – I also like that Atrix HD has rounded corners – not like the Motorola Droid Razr.
I’m looking forward fot it.
I’m really excited to see this device, I feel its what the Atrix 2 should have been. I am a little depressed by the battery size though.
Will it be coming with the Corning Gorilla Glass 2?