The Motorola Atrix has reportedly been hoovered up as an Everything Everywhere exclusive. Details are still sketchy on when the Atrix will make it to Blighty – it’s already been released Stateside – but for all those Orange and T-Mobile customers looking for a new uber-handset, the wait is nearly over.
While analysts have reported a slow take-up on the Motorola Atrix and its bigger tablet brother, the Xoom, across the pond, there’s no doubt its functionality sets it apart from run-of-the mill smartphones.
Of course, the Atrix can exist confidently as a dual-core toting, FroYo tasting smartphone, but interestingly it aims to bridge the gap between a phone and a computer with three docks.
The Laptop Dock comes with an 11.6-in attachable screen and keyboard, while the Media Dock allows for a seamless connection to big HD screens. Lastly there’s a Desk Dock, which charges the handset.
Inside the phone there’s 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a 960 x 540 high-resolution qHD display. The handset is expected to run on Android 2.2 but there should be an update to Gingerbread, arriving in the very near future.