AT&T to launch Motorola ATRIX 4G on March 1st?

AT&T to launch Motorola ATRIX 4G on March 1st?
Leaked photographs of an internal AT&T computer screen may give us a clue to one of the most asked questions since the CES ended, "When will AT&T launch the Motorola ATRIX 4G?" Based on the information listed on the screen, the highly anticipated phone will be released by AT&T on March 1st. Possibly the most talked about launch for the carrier since the original Apple iPhone was made available in 2007, the dual-core powered handset made quite an impression on everyone at the CES (after all, it did win Best in Show for the smartphone category) and those who read about the high-end specs and caught a glimpse of the handset by way of YouTube were likewise mesmerized.

The leaked information, which also revealed a SKU of 65230 for the phone, was part of a long informational sheet on the Motorola ATRIX 4G which included the phone's specs. And how sexy they are! The only "complaint" is the inclusion of Froyo out of the box when Gingerbread would have been sweeter (imagine that we are now at the point when having Froyo out of the box would be considered a negative!) and the 5MP camera on the back when Verizon's DROID Bionic finds itself lugging an 8MP shooter on the rear.

Anyway, March 1st is not that far away, although for those who have already decided that this will be their next cell phone, it might seem like forever until it's here. For AT&T reps mourning the loss of Apple iPhone exclusivity, the buzz surrounding the Motorola ATRIX 4G should put a huge smile on their face, especially with the amount of pre-launch buzz that the ATRIX 4G is generating.

source: AndroidCentral

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