Samsung and HTC aren’t the only manufacturers throwing into AT&T’s HSPA+ “4G” network. Perhaps the most intriguing of the batch is the Motorola Atrix 4G, the first dual-core Android for AT&T. While the two cores and a massive 1GB of RAM are pretty impressive, the thing that makes us most interested in this device is it’s ability to transform into a laptop with the help of a fancy docking station.
Simply pop the phone into the dock and you get access to a full keyboard and a much larger screen to surf the web, send out emails, and message your friends. Pretty darn nifty. We’ll be sure to hear a lot more about this later from Motorola’s own press event, where word is we will also get our first taste of Moto’s 4G Android slates.
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TAGS: CES 2011, Motorola Atrix 4G