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Motorola Shows Off the Amazing Atrix 4G Again

The Motorola Atrix 4G was easily one of the most impressive things we saw at CES. It was truly something new that had that real "next-generation" feel about it.

Today the company released a promotional video showing just what's different and great about the Atrix 4G. It may still be an Android phone that's running on Froyo 2.2, but we're still mighty impressed.

The video is a little over-the-top, but all of the functions demonstrated do exist and were shown live for all to see earlier this month in Las Vegas.

Check out our hands-on write up from CES of it here.

  • elcentral
    hehe not bad quite interesting my n8 can play 720p at quite good quality but im sure this can manage more. still im happy whit my n8 ;b
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  • squallypie
    i dont get the first few moments of the video. the chatting and the firefox thingies, are they run by the netbook or the mobile? or the mobile just doing the chat and the mobile function where as the netbook does the rest of the stuff?
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  • Marcus Yam
    squallypiei dont get the first few moments of the video. the chatting and the firefox thingies, are they run by the netbook or the mobile? or the mobile just doing the chat and the mobile function where as the netbook does the rest of the stuff?That netbook is just a "dumb" keyboard and display dock. The smartphone is doing 100% of the output.
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  • N.Broekhuijsen
    that is pretty effing awesome....

    I want it.
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  • reconviperone1
    I dont know who is getting that, but I'm out of contract and will go anywhere but att to get that phone.
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  • fstrthnu
    I could've sworn reading that this phone will use some kind of special Linux OS (not just the regular Android OS). Maybe I just read it wrong; however, I'm sure there's at least some kind of custom overlay for this on the netbook mode
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  • scrumworks
    Motorola still exists? That's impressive.
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  • joytech22
    fstrthnuI could've sworn reading that this phone will use some kind of special Linux OS (not just the regular Android OS). Maybe I just read it wrong; however, I'm sure there's at least some kind of custom overlay for this on the netbook mode
    While docked with the laptop thingy, the phone will boot into a linux that is more user-friendly with a mouse and keyboard than Android.

    I'm impressed with this phone, it looks like it's worth the money (if it's under $1100 for the phone, $200 for the laptop dock)
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  • gc_sama
    iLLzYea, if you didn't know by now, you can get Firefox beta on Android phones. Especially if you are running Arm7 architecture. I think they have an Arm6 out but it is more buggy. Not to mention Firefox is about a 40 meg download and about 60-70 meg install. Massive for smartphone install. It is the full version though.
    So is it possible then that Sony could include Firefox on their new NGP if they wanted? Or maybe Chrome since they are integrating with Android?
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  • Maziar
    The overall specs of the phone are good but IMO,the dock may not be very useful for some people(like myself)
    Waiting for the release date/reviews
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