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Motorola Atrix Arriving on T-Mobile UK – Available in June

We have a bit of good news now for those of you that live in the UK and are thinking of getting the upcoming Motorola Atrix smartphone, as we’ve just receieved word that the much-awaited Android 2.2 run handset is arriving on T-Mobile UK sometime in June this year.

As Simon D. Thomas over on the website reported, the Motorola Atrix — which is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor running at 1GHz and comes with 1GB of RAM — has recently appeared on the “Coming Soon” page of T-Mobile’s website.

The Motorola Atrix also features 16GB onboard memory, a 4-inch touch screen display with a resolution of 540 x 960, Bluetooth and DLNA support, a HDMI output and a 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash. It also comes with a front-facing VGA camera for video chat.

Although the Atrix will be running Android 2.2 Froyo on release, it will be able to be updated to the latest version of the Android opearting system after it’s launched. A main selling point for the Atrix is the docks that will be available for the smartphone.

As Peter Chubb mentioned in a previous post, there will be a laptop dock available, which will transform the device from a Smartphone to a Smartbook. Other docks that will be available include a multimedia dock that enables you to stream to your HDTV and a charging dock that’s also an alarm.

There’s no word on a UK price as of yet, but we’ll keep you updated when we know more. Are you thinking of buying the Motorola Atrix?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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