Motorola Atrix 3 Has Insane Specs and Battery Life

Every day we hear about a new Android phone that raises our excitement level, but today I want to share a new phone with you that gave me as much pep as a shot of 5 hour energy — the Motorola Atrix 3.

If you took everything we loved about the RAZR MAXX and added in a faster Tegra 3 processor, a 720P HD display and a 10 megapixel camera; then put it in a curved body you’d have the Motorola Atrix 3.

We don’t have to add in a huge 3300 mAh battery like the RAZR MAXX because Motorola has already included it in Atrix 3.

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Motorola Atrix 3 Leaked Image and Specs

Pocketnow uncovered images of the Atrix 3 as well as these awesome specs. Based on the only images of the Atrix 3 available, the Motorola Atrix 3 looks a lot like the Galaxy Nexus with a Motorola logo. It’s not clear if that is a curved 4.3″ HD display, but it still looks nice.


Motorola Atrix 3 Specs

  • Quad core NVIDIA Tegra 3
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • 4.3 inch 1280 x 720 HD screen
  • 10 megapixel camera
  •  3,300 mAh battery

We saw up to 38 hours of battery life on the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX, which has a similar size battery.

I would be surprised if the Atrix 3 didn’t have Android 4.0 on board, which may give us our first look at Motorola’s skinning of Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

We reviewed the  Motorola Atrix 2 last year and came away impressed with the value it offered at $99, but I would be surprised if the Nvidia Tegra 3 powered Atrix 3 came in at $99.

While there is no confirmation of carrier or 4G LTE, I expect that the Atrix 3 will hit AT&T and come equipped with 4G LTE connectivity for speedy connections.

You can see the speed of the AT&T 4G LTE network below, and read more about the experience in our hands on with AT&T 4G LTE on the Samsung Galaxy Note. The speeds are faster in New York than we saw on Verizon, though AT&T arguable has fewer devices accessing 4G at this time.

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