You had to expect that the Motorola Atrix would eventually head to Canada. It’s by far AT&T’s most impressive phone to date, and it already has the 3G radios to cooperate with most of Canada’s cellular networks. Bell fans will be happy to know that the device has been listed on their website as “Coming Soon…” and that you can now sign up to be notified. I’m surprised Bell didn’t want to make noise with a press release, but who are we to say anything? It’s out there now. [Bell via Android Central]
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