Motorola have revealed the successor to their lapdock-enhanced Atrix 2 handset, lifting the covers off the Atrix HD.
A 4.5-inch handset rocking a HD Colorboost (720 x 1280) screen, its design is very similar to that of the Motorola RAZR which we reviewed a little before Christmas. Built using Gorilla Glass and Kevlar, it’s just a slick 8.4mm thin.
Under the hood you’ll find a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage (which can be supplemented by a further 32GB with a microSD) and a 1780mAh battery. Flip the handset over and you’ll find an 8MP camera. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the OS onboard.
Though no UK network data has been revealed, the AT&T logo on the handset’s promo shots suggests it’s coming to that network in the US at the very least, with quad-band EDGE, quad-band HSPA+ and dual-band LTE. Needless to say then, you wont be getting 4G speeds in the UK should the handset eventually make the jump across the pond.
As with the original Atrix and Atrix 2, the handset will be compatible with Lapdock accessories, giving a full size keyboard dock powered and notebook screen to use, powered by the handset itself.
No word on pricing or release date yet. We’ll keep you posted.