Even though the device hasn’t actually had its official premiere yet, information has recently appeared on Motorola’s website about the successor to the Atrix family – the Atrix HD. The smartphone, which we knew as the Motorola Dinara up until recently, looks a lot like the RAZR, especially considering its thin body – just 8.4mm thick, the water resistance and the materials used in the making of the device, such as Kevlar (once again for the back) and Gorilla Glass.
The device’s technical specifications also include a 4.5″ HD display, which uses the Colorboost technology, a dual-core processor running at 1.5 gHz and LTE capabilities, which makes us think it’s going to be initially released as an exclusive device on some US network operator. The Atrix HD also features a pair of cameras – 8MP main one and a 1.3MP front-facing shooter for video calls, as well as 1GB of RAM, 8GB of built-in memory and a MicroSD slot if you need some space. The battery is kind of a surprise – just 1780 mAh, which isn’t particularly bad, but compared to the RAZR Maxx it’s quite pathetic. Still, the device looks intriguing enough for us to anticipate its release. B. A.