Motorola Atrix Will Be Upgraded to Gingerbread OS

Posted on Friday, Mar 18 2011 on 05:00 PM

The Motorola Atrix has been gaining momentum. It’s an incredibly unique phone, and its ability to stand out from other smartphones on the market has made consumers intrigued in the device.

The phone runs on Android 2.2, but will soon be upgraded to the Gingerbread OS. One of the coolest features for the Motorola Atrix is the top button, which functions as both the power button and a fingerprint reader. Sounds like something from a futuristic sci-fi flick, right? Well, the future is now, and the device is now on the market. The fingerprint reader is useful, because you will have the option of opening the phone via it, so you have a very high standard of security. Or, you could go the standard route and use a password.

Another cool feature that the Atrix sports is its screen. The screen for the Atrix has been called qHD, as it is a very high standard of quality. It has a 4 inch screen, and a 960×540 pixel resolution. Most smartphones only have screen resolution of 800×480.

But perhaps the best feature of the Atrix is its power. The Atrix is extremely powerful; it includes a 1 GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, and 1 GB of RAM. Compare this to standard smartphones, which often only have a single core processor and half that amount of RAM. The Atrix also has two separate antennas; one is used for uploading, while the other is used for downloading. Motorola’s claim is that this will lend the device faster speeds.

The Motorola Atrix 4G Smartphone is a responsive and innovative phone that is definitely great competition for the iPhone 4 and other high standard phones, but in reality, the Atrix is of much higher quality than what is currently labelled “mainstream” in the smartphone market.


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