The Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone is a top-of-the-line device that deserves the buzz that precedes its release this month. This Android phone is superfast — the speediest I’ve ever tested, courtesy of its dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor that has double the power of the 1-gigahertz processors found on most of today’s best smartphones.
Not only does the Atrix deliver on speed and features, it offers something original in the crowded smartphone market. Buyers can choose to add a laptop dock, for good price, that comes with a full-size keyboard and an 11.5-inch high-resolution screen. With this accessory, the Atrix is making a bid to become a netbook or laptop replacement.
The Atrix 4G, which sports a 4.6-inch-by-2.5-inch, 860-by-450 pixel screen and uses Google’s Android 2.2 operating system, is easy to set up. Create an account in Motoblur, then choose the social networks you use to sync all your contacts.
Whether you use Facebook, MySpace [website], Twitter, Linked In or Picasa, you can link any or all of these — along with your e-mail accounts — into one seamless messaging system. It made it a breeze for me to keep up with every message or post that came my way.
The phone has the four traditional Google icons along the bottom. Hit the browser icon and you’re on the Web in seconds. Not only does this phone, with 1 gigabyte of PC-grade RAM, surf superfast but it’s very easy to navigate around cyberspace. The keys are well-spaced on the virtual keyboard, making it easy to type in URLs and the phone also features the handy Google voice-search option.
On one side of the phone sits an HDMI connection that lets you connect the phone to your flat-screen. TV.
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