A few days ago we told you that the upcoming Motorola Atrix 2 was unlikely to have LTE technology. Now today we have news of more Motorola Atrix 2 details that have leaked ahead of release, which had the previous codename of Edison.
When we reported on the handset before the details of the handset were sketchy, but now there have been more specifications revealed with some press images. According to This Is My Next the handset will have a 4.3-inch qHD display, and is believed to be powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor.
Other features include an eight megapixel autofocus camera with a single LED flash, and 1GB of RAM. It will have 8GB of on-board memory that can be expanded up to 40GB, and owners will be provided with a 2GB card with the handset. It is confirmed there will be no LTE, but the device may use a 4G indicator instead of H+.
The handset maker is claiming the device will have a talk time of 8.5 hours, with a standby time of almost sixteen days. The new Atrix will use a slightly smaller battery than its predecessor but the figures are almost the same. WebTop will be supported and will have a variety of accessories that include a Lapdock and HD Dock.
It will have a slightly different Lapdock that is identified as the Lapdock 100, and its description doesn’t go in to detail about anything new except it’s slightly smaller. It will also connect to the handset with a cable that goes on the upper edge of the handset, instead of just placing the device into the dock.
Will you be giving the Motorola Atrix 2 a look when it is released?
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