Motorola Atrix 4G arrives at the FCC
For those who are looking forward to what Motorola has to offer with their latest tablet, the Atrix 4G, you will be pleased to know that it has taken another giant step towards being released in the mass market after paying a visit to the FCC and receiving the proper approval. We’re talking about its 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity alongside GSM and WCDMA wireless bands being supported, where the Atrix 4G is also known as the MB860 if you’re a sucker for model numbers and names. What makes the Atrix 4G shift away from the conventional smartphone category would be its “superphone” status, considering it packs a dual core Tegra 2 processor alongside 1GB RAM to make it more computer than phone. Not only that, it can be docked onto a secondary, well, dock, that will turn the handset into a basic computer, although you can’t perform serious number crunching feats with this just yet, we believe. Have you started saving up for one of these already as it will most probably hit the markets this March or early April?
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