Motorola Outs Atrix HD With RAZR-Like Styling

It looks like the Atrix line, which so far has been present on AT&T’s network in the U.S., will look closer to the Droid RAZR line, which has been exclusive to Verizon in the states. Motorola’s official website has revealed that the next-generation Atrix, known as the Atrix HD, will bear some physical similarities to the flagship Droid RAZR line.

Previously known as by its Dinara codename, the Atrix HD will feature a 4.5-inch Colorboost HD display with a 720 X 1280-pixel resolution screen. The device will have a dual-core applications processor clocked at 1.5 GHz along with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and presumably Motorola’s latest implementation of the Webtop OS that will scale Android to fit larger displays when connected to the company’s Lapdock accessory.

The listing for Motorola’s Atrix HD was first spotted and reported by Droid-life

The device may be headed to AT&T with a slew of GSM/EDGE/HSPA+/LTE radios. There’s an AT&T globe logo at the bottom of the display.

Like the RAZR, it appears that the Atrix HD will maintain a super slim profile with a 1780 mAh battery, rather than the slightly more hefty look of the RAZR Maxx and the more capacious battery. The device will have a hump at the top where an 8-megapixel camera is housed. Also on-board is 1 GB RAM, and 8 GB storage.

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The device is 8.4 mm thick and features Gorilla Glass as well as Kevlar.

Motorola so far has not announced availability nor pricing for this flagship handset for AT&T’s ‘Rethink Possible’ network.

Comments

  1. Denny Crane says

    If the Razr is any indication of the performance, the Atrix HD should do quite well. All new Motorola high-end smart phones are global- meaning they have CDMA and GSM radios. They can be used in any carriers network home and abroad.

    Battery life will be the challenge with such a high resolution screen, 4G data, and only a 1780mAh battery. The original Droid Razr needed a couple charges a day with heavy use, and that was with a much lower resolution screen. It’s a shame they didn’t add the tremendous battery shipped with the Razr Maxx. 24-48 hours of heavy use are common on a single charge.

    Regardless, it’s about time AT&T and a high-spec’d Motorola Android phone in their lineup.

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