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Motorola ATRIX 4G for AT&T live - a docking monster of a smartphone

Gallery by Michael Oryl on Friday January 07, 2011.

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Perhaps the most interesting smartphone announced at CES this year, or at least the most powerful, is the new Motorola ATRIX 4G for AT&T. The ATRIX features a dual-core CPU and has some optional accessories that can turn it into a very power mobile workstation. For starters, there's the slim netbook style dock for the device that gives the ATRIX user not only a full sized keyboard to work with, but also a large display.

Motorola also will offer a docking station that will let users hook an ATRIX up to a regular desktop keyboard and monitor. As you can see in some of the photos, the docked ATRIX actually provides users will a powerful version of the Firefox browser that supports tabs and windows. It looks very much like what one would expect to find on a desktop computer.

Other high-end features found on the ATRIX are 4G HSPA+ data support on AT&T's network, a 4-inch quarter-HD resolution touchscreen display, 16GB of internal storage (plus a microSD slot), and Android 2.2 Froyo powering the show. It's got a lot going for it.

Unfortunately, we don't have any pricing information for the phone, though AT&T does say that we can expect it in the first quarter of this year.

You'll find a few more photos and a video of the ATRIX below.

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