uncovered and leaked last week, possibly being called the Atrix 3 LTE and today we've received some more information and an FCC filing, adding credence to the rumor.
Tagged: Motorola Atrix
last July, but if leaks from the folks at The Verge are correct it will finally be coming possibly this summer as the Motorola Atrix 3 LTE for AT&T.
Motorola Atrix and its lapdock accessory, and with good reason. While the price eventually was quite expensive and the device didn't ship probably as much as many had hoped today we have good news. The AT&T Motorola Atrix Lapdock accessory can now be yours for just $50 dollars, down from current retail price of $299 -- more details below.
HTC Merge? Today (or tonight, rather) is your lucky day (and night) because your smartphone companion for your Motorola XOOM is here, and it comes in a dual-core flavoring! It's time for the Motorola Electrify, a device that's basically the newest version of the Motorola Photon 4G and the Motorola ATRIX 4G, aka the first dual-core smartphone to be released in the USA officially. Now we've got the ELECTRIFY coming to U.S. Cellular and it's coming tonight!
full review of and have been playing around with for about a week or so. It's got several awesome docks, the ability to work with Motorla's newest Webtop mode, has a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, and feels really awesome to hold with its special diamond shape. Now we've gotta root it, right? Every great device such as this needs a bit of the ol' root. So what do the folks at XDA do? They find the most convoluted and insanely difficult process possible!
large collection of leaked pictures of a new Motorola phone headed to AT&T. It is believed to be the Motorola Atrix HD or maybe just the Atrix 2. The screen has some curved glass and is larger than the original Atrix. Now we are hearing even more details on this device that sound quite nice.
thousands and thousands of people that bought an Android phone in 2011 AT&T is going to take care of updates according to latest news. Today AT&T confirmed that all Android phones sold in 2011 will receive an update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The HTC Inspire should see 2.3 Gingerbread in August and they even mention the Samsung Captivate.