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Motorola Atrix Vs HTC ThunderBolt

Author : robin jakson

Motorola Atrix

The Motorola Atrix looks and feels sleek, light, nicely curved and rounded. It appears smaller than it actually is; its design is almost simple, there is nothing one would find disturbing or annoying.

The phone comes with front and back-facing cameras, a small fingerprint reader that also serves as the ON/OFF switch, and an HDMI output. Unfortunately, the HDMI out seems to work only with the built-in media player app but does not support mirror-mode like the Motorola Xoom tablet for instance does. The Atrix features 802.11n WiFi, 720p at 30 fps video recording and a 5 megapixels camera.

Compared to the ThunderBolt, Atrix's display is smaller, the diagonal of the visible screen is only about 4.0″. However the very high density screen resolution makes up for that.

The Atrix comes with Android 2.2.1 installed, plenty of memory, and is really speedy quick:

* Size 4.64 x 2.50 x 0.43 (117.75 x 63.5 x 10.95 mm)
* Weight: 4.76 oz (135 g)
* Firmware: 2.2.1
* Processor: ARMv7 rev 0 (v7l) @ 1992.29 MHz
* System RAM: 818 MB
* SD card storage Total: 10.71GB, Free: 10.71GB
* Internal storage Total: 1.94GB, Free: 1.57GB
* System storage Total: 320MB, Free: 84.55MB
* System cache Total: 620MB, Free: 596MB
* Memory Total: 818MB, Free: 375MB, Idle: 153MB


* Size: 540×960
* Logical Density: 1.5
* Font Scaling Factor: 1.5
* Pixels Per Inch X: 160.0
* Pixels Per Inch Y: 160.0


* Picture Size: 2592×1944 [5MP]


* 1280×720 (720p HD) (30 fps)
* Recording format:MPEG4, H.264
* Additional front-facing camera: (0.3 megapixels VGA)


* Renderer: NVIDIA AP
* Version: OpenGL ES-CM 1.1
* Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
* Max Texture Size: 2048×2048
* Max Texture Units: 2

HTC ThunderBolt

The HTC Thunderbolt clearly shows its relationship to the EVO. Bold, wide, heavy, and featuring a kickstand – but dont worry, it's well designed, i.e. doesn't bother you when it is not in use.

The Thunderbolt lacks the HDMI output but just like the Atrix, comes with front and back-facing cameras; the front-facing camera has an unusually high resolution (1.3 megapixels), making this phone ideally suitable for video chatting.

The larger display size, just like the DroidX, the diagonal of the visible screen is 4.3″, combined with the kickstand transforms it into a small video player. Moreover, the Thunderbolt features 802.11n WiFi, 720p video recording and an 8 MegaPixel camera.

The Thunderbolt comes with Android 2.2.1 installed and a good amount of memory:

* Size 4.80 x 2.60 x 0.52 (122 x 66 x 13 mm)
* Weight: 5.78 oz (164 g)
* Firmware: 2.2.1
* Processor: ARMv7 rev 1 (v7l) @ 1024.0 MHz
* System RAM: 597 MB
* SD card storage Total: 29.71GB, Free: 29.71GB
* Internal storage Total: 2.61GB, Free: 2.49GB
* System storage Total: 849MB, Free: 320MB
* System cache Total: 425MB, Free: 406MB
* Memory Total: 597MB, Free: 191MB, Idle: 24.59MB


* Size: 480×800
* Logical Density: 1.5
* Font Scaling Factor: 1.5
* Pixels Per Inch X: 217.71428
* Pixels Per Inch Y: 216.17021


* Picture Size: 3264×2448 [8MP]


* Resolution:1280×720 (720p HD)
* Additional front-facing camera: (1.3 megapixels)


* Renderer: Adreno 205
* Version: OpenGL ES-CM 1.1
* Vendor: Qualcomm
* Max Texture Size: 4096×4096
* Max Texture Units: 2

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