The Motorola Atrix HD for AT&T has announced its arrival through a product page on the company’s US website, but the OEM is yet to issue an official statement for the phone’s release. Interested users can register by clicking on the ‘sign up now’ link, to get notifications regarding its release.
Droid Life happened to spot this AT&T-bound smartphone, which is compatible with the LTE network. Similar to the Droid series phones from the company, it is reinforced with a Kevlar finish and a splash-resistant coating on the chassis and on the internal hardware. The front panel is dominated by a 720 x 1280p 4.5-inch HD ColorBoost multi-touch display with Corning Gorilla glass and a 1.3MP webcam, while the flip side is dominated by an 8MP camera with auto focus and LED flash.
It gains steam from a 1.5GHz dual core processor and gorges on the Ice Cream Sandwich platform. The Wi-Fi-enabled smartphone can act as a 4G mobile hotspot to support as many as 5 devices. Its communication options also include Bluetooth and it can be connected to various systems and peripherals via its micro-USB and HDMI ports. Featuring 1GB RAM and 8GB flash memory, it sports a microSD card slot that allows expanding the storage by up to 32GB capacity.
The business-ready handset has been deployed with ambient and proximity sensors, and it plays most common audio and video formats such as MP3, AAC, AAC+, MIDI, MPEG4 and more. It draws power from a 1,780mAh battery and needless to say, allows users to browse the web and access the Google Play store.
The AT&T Motorola Atrix HD price and release date have not been given a mention.