On Friday, AT&T announced that its users Motorola Atrix HD will get the chance to update their devices to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Now Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is available for Atrix 4G’s big brother, the Atrix HD.
Unleash the computing power of the Motorola ATRIX 4G for AT&T with its companion Lapdock, which offers a larger screen, keyboard and trackpad--enabling you to have an enhanced and more interactive computer-like experience with your device. The webtop app launches automatically when your ATRIX 4G phone is docked, providing you access to a desktop version of the Mozilla Firefox 3.6 browser (with support for Adobe Flash Player). Super thin, it travels easily in your bag just like a laptop and weighs just 2.4 pounds.
Lapdock 100 brings a Webtop IQ boost to Moto phones on Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T. The laptop features a 10.1-inch screen, keyboard with dedicated Android keys, touchpad, multi-tasking and tabbed web-browsing via WiFi or your phone's data plan. You are allowed full Firefox browser, Adobe Flash, Quick Office, Google Docs and a PC-esque File Manager. Motorola LAPDOCK 100 also includes a PC-like File Manager, making it convenient and intuitive to view, copy, paste, move or delete files on your smartphone or its integrated SD card. Looking to stay ultra-portable, the peripheral weighs a hair over two pounds and touts five hours of battery life so a user never loses their freedom to be mobile. To have one, you have to wait until October 17 for AT&T, Verizon and Sprint customers will get a chance later this quarter but for now we do not have any pricing information. Checkout the press release bellow for more.
Finally Skype release update to version 2.5 for Android and its list of officially supported handsets and tablets. They officially released a list of 14 new Android devices, including Honeycomb tablets for brings video calls. This list include the Atrix, Bionic and Nexus One, Skype is inviting the Xoom, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Acer's Iconia. Checkout the press release bellow for more details also the supported device list.
AT&T's entire line of 2011 smartphones will start receiving Gingerbread updates starting with the Motorola Atrix 4G and Samsung Captivate and every AT&T mobile phone introduced in 2011 will be receiving an upgrade from Android 2.2 to Android 2.3. Although Google released Android 2.3 in December, handset makers and carriers alike have been slow to push the software and only recently have new smartphones included Gingerbread out of the box and few have seen an upgrade to the new software. The delivery methods will vary from device to device depending on the file size, but most will be receiving over-the-air (OTA) updates when possible and there's no hard details on the timing for everyone else...............
Virgin Mobile lets Android run Blur-free on the Motorola Triumph and you'll find no proprietary shell whatsoever sitting atop its new Motorola Triumph handset. Triumph escapes with a relatively standard install of Android 2.2 and MOTOBLUR will still be foisted on pay-monthly customers who buy a Photon 4G or XPRT from Sprint.........
So far it has been the Motorola Atrix and not the Motorola Atrix 4G, thanks in no part to AT&T. Owners of the first dual core, Android smartphone have been without the promised the HSUPA speeds since the phone was released earlier this year. Pressing on, some clever developers over at noneother than XDA, have come up with a fairly easy method that will enable HSUPA 4G speeds on your rooted Motorola Atrix.
Motorola ATRIX will be available to purchase exclusively from Orange in early May and customers can reserve their handset now through Orange retail shops and Orange telesales.Motorola ATRIX is world's most powerful smartphone with dual core processor and 1GB RAM for computer-like power and speed, 28% larger battery, than leading smartphone competitors, for longer everyday performance and fingerprint recognition security for one-touch access to your phone...........
Bell has confirmed the releasing of the Motorola ATRIX 4G March 17th for price $599.95 in Canada. This Motorola handset will offer with priced at $169.95 on a new three-year contract (a minimum of $50 per month for voice and data plan) or you can deal for price of $599.95 without contract.
Motorola’s upcoming flagship Atrix 4G has not yet even shipped, and the superphone has already been rooted. The guys over at XDA Developers forum were able to gain root access. It runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and comes with a dual core ARM Cortex A9 processor on the Nvidia Tegra 2 platform with 1 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and more.