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A Smart Phone That Can Become A Laptop - Motorola Atrix

Author : robin jakson

The Motorola Atrix is the first dual core smartphone from Motorola and is also one of the first smartphones to try and bridge the gap with other devices. It does this through a number of additional devices into which the Atrix can be inserted. This includes a laptop dock and a multimedia hub dock.

The laptop dock has the appearance of a standard laptop, albeit one that doesn't seem to turn on. There is a slot at the back of this device into which the Atrix can be inserted and once it is the laptop comes to life. Although the smartphone itself runs on Google Android this laptop dock comes with its very own operating system known as webtop, which is contained on the Atrix and powered completely by the phones hardware.

This operating system provides a full windowed multitasking experience akin to a desktop OS like Windows. It can provide full desktop applications like Firefox and can provide a more conducive environment for many professional phone users to complete their work than trying to achieve this on a smaller phone screen.

Even so the Atrix still possesses a very spacious screen as a smartphone, with the 4" display offering plenty of room to provide an enjoyable online experience. This TFT display has a very sharp qHD resolution that is one of the highest resolution phone screens in existence and the screen also comes with Gorilla Glass that protects it against scratches.
The Atrix runs on Android Froyo and is powered by a dual core 1GHz processor which makes it one of the few dual core smartphones currently available. This is combined with 1GB RAM to make the Atrix a very powerful device (so powerful it is able to power a laptop for example). While it runs on Android is also comes with Motorola's Motoblur interface which was one of the first smartphone interfaces to incorporate social networking integration and this is certainly true for the Atrix which comes with good support for Facebook and Twitter.

The Atrix also features fantastic support for entertainment with excellent music and video support. The phone can also enjoy streaming video content from websites like YouTube and those operating Flash video, and with speedy 3G and Wi-Fi connections you can be enjoying a great web experience wherever you may be.

The Atrix also comes with a very nice 5 megapixel camera that includes 720p video recording and a secondary VGA camera for video calling. You can upload these videos and photos to accounts on Facebook and Picasa to share with your online friends. With DLNA and HDMI support you can also enjoy these videos and other content through your home television and the phone also comes with access to Android Market.

The Atrix is one of the most powerful smartphones on the market and is unique for its additional docking ports. It comes with excellent messaging entertainment and messaging options and is a great phone for professional and casual phone users alike.

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