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Motorola Atrix Vs. Samsung Galaxy S TWO

Author : robin jakson

The year 2011 is set to be the year of dual core processors in the realm of smartphones, with the very first dual core telephone, the LG Optimus 2X, already going on sale in some European markets. These dual core processors are two times as quick as the top Snapdragon processor of 2010, and are set to remodel smartphone use by earning phones able of managing a full new realm of capabilities that ended up formerly unthinkable on these a little and transportable device.

Two of the leading dual core phones that many folks are eagerly anticipating are the Galaxy S II from Samsung, and the Motorola Atrix. Whilst both equally of these smartphones pack a excellent offer of processing ability they also equally have exceptional functions of their personal that single them out as objects of lust.

Motorola Atrix Specs and Features

* Dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 proccessor, ULP GeForce GPU, Tegra 2 chipset

* CrystalTalk noise-cancellation technology, which really works well in our opinion

* Motorola is known for making phones that have excellent reception

* A 4 Inch, 24 bit, high resolution screen with 960×540 resolution

* Wide range of "smartdocks" to connect to screen to use it as a computer, or a unique laptop dock, among others

* Excellent build quality

* 1GB of PC Grade RAM

* High capacity 1930mAh Battery, the largest of any smartphone

Samsung Galaxy S2 Specs and Features

* Dual-Core 1.2Ghz

* A Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen, measuring 4.27 inches with a WVGA resolution of 800×480 pixels

* An onboard camera with 8-megapixel capacity, featuring LED flash and digital zoom, capable of 1080p HD video recording.

* the front-facing camera is 2 megapixel

* 16GB storage with support for a microSD card

* WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, A-GPS and a microUSB port.

* 1GB of RAM

* NFC is reported to be there as well.

* Android 2.3 Gingerbread

* Battery is 1650 mAh Lithium-Ion

As an example, the Atrix comes with a netbook dock into which it can be inserted, which allows you to use the Atrix as a netbook. This arrives with its individual running technique, WebTop, which arrives with correct multitasking and a process supervisor, and can handle a completely tabbed edition of Mozilla Firefox.

Equally of these handsets pack a whole lot of multimedia and website attributes that will make them stand out head and shoulders above their opposition. Whilst the Galaxy S II may probably fare greater as a smartphone the Atrix is set to cause an sector revolution with its peripheral docking ports that can remodel the smartphone into a laptop computer or even a portable multimedia hub. Even though it is complicated to select in between these two products 1 factor is for selected, that 2011 is going to be an helpful yr for smartphone end users the world about.

It's hard to say which one will reign supreme. Both are likely to be amazing devices, and we envy early adopters absolutely. Some in the blogosphere are saying that going with either the Motorola Atrix or the Samsung Galaxy S2 is a "lose-lose" situation. Motorola has been known to lock-down their bootloaders, preventing the user from putting custom ROM's on their device, while Samsung is notorious for updating their devices incredibly slowly.

It's impossible to tell if either manufacturer will change their tune, but 2011 is looking to be the most competitive year for Smartphones yet. For the first time in history, smartphone sales have eclipsed PC sales, and with over 170 million Android devices likely to ship in 2011 alone, we are sure that each and every manufacturer will do their utmost to be as competitive as possible. Especially if this means allocating more of their resources to providing timely software updates, or to changing their policy about locking the bootloader. We are sure both changes would be well received by the world of Android Phone lovers.

Which one do you think is better and why?

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