AT&T Launching Dual-Core Motorola Atrix 4G
AT&T and Motorola today announced the Atrix 4G, which Motorola claims is currently the world's most powerful smartphone. The device features the first dual-core processor on AT&T's network, as well as 1GB of RAM and an extra-large 1930 mAh battery, all packed into a 10.9mm thin shell. The phone will have 16GB of onboard storage, with a microSDHC card slot capable of handling 32GB cards, for a potential 48GB of storage. The Atrix 4G will also work with a compatible laptop-style docking station. The laptop will be a 13.9mm device, with the Atrix docking behind the screen. The user will then have full Mozilla Firefox Web browsing, as opposed to a mobile Web browser, in addition to a keyboard and mouse, with 2 USB ports. The Atrix 4G features a qHD screen, which is presumed to be a quarter of full HD, or 960 by 540 pixels. Specific pricing and availability for the Motorola Atrix 4G, as well as the laptop dock and a separate HD Dock, have yet to be announced.
Lumia 950 is Microsoft's Flagship Windows 10 Phone
Microsoft today announced the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, its own flagship phones for its new OS, Windows 10. The phones support Windows Continuum for an optional full Windows Desktop experience when connected to a desktop monitor.
Motorola Updates Moto E with LTE
Motorola today introduced a second-generation Moto E with improved specs. Like its predecessor, the new Moto E is an entry-level handset.
HP Debuts Windows 10-Based Elite x3
HP today announced the Elite x3, a Windows 10 Mobile handset that can take advantage of Continuum to stand in as a laptop or desktop computer. It is a ruggedized handset that meets mil-spec 810G for protection against abuse and IP67 for protection from water and dust.
LG Shows Off the G3 Stylus
LG today announced the G3 Stylus, a variant of the G3 that adds a stylus, but seriously ramps down the specifications. The device carries over the design language of the G3, but the 5.5-inch display goes from Quad HD (2560 x 1440) to qHD (960 x 540).
This seems kind of cool.