This February, AT&T are launching a number of Android phones, including the Motorola Atrix 4G, maybe to make up for the loss of their exclusivity on the iPhone.
The Motorola Atrix 4G was one of the most impressive performers at CES 2011 and it is Motorola‘s flagship device after the split of Motorola into two separate companies. The phone itself is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset and has a 2 x 1GHz processor. A two-year AT&T contract for the Motorola Atrix 4G purchased from Amazon will cost $150; this is the same price as Costco. An unlocked Atrix 4G sells for $600 on Amazon.
The Atrix 4G has a very unique feature which is called the Webtop mode; this runs a full Mozilla 3.6.13 browser. The Webtop mode comes into action when the smartphone is fixed into a Laptop or a dock. It is reported that these docks will sell for around $150 but it is not clear when they will be released.
Another product which Motorola has at the moment is the XOOM a 4G LTE-enabled XOOM tablet for Verizon Wireless this is to be released in mid-2011. However the 3G version of the XOOM, which is to be released next month February or early March, is reported to have a price tag of $700 or $800 unlocked. So Motorola are valuing their products highly, let see if they are worth the money.