On February 3, it was revealed by AT&T that the Motorola Atrix 4G would be available on March 6. The handset will have the price tag of $199.99 and it will be offered with a two-year contract.
Customers will be able to order the Atrix 4G in a pre-sale that will start on February 13. It is considered to be three days after the arrival of Verizon Wireless iPhone 4.
The Atrix 4G was introduced by Sanjay Jha, CEO at Motorola Mobility, at the Consumer Electronics Show 2011. The handset is based on Android 2.2 and is powered by the Tegra 2 dual-core processor of Nvidia. Moreover, the mobile device boasts of a 4-inch high-definition screen.
AT&T is going to offer more than twenty 4G enabled products and the Motorola Atrix 4G is among them. The handset also features front and rear facing camera to make video calls.
In fact, the phone is attractive enough. Jha revealed how it is possible to connect the handset to a laptop or desktop in order to port the functionality of phone on the larger screen.
But the pricing for the docking stations may lead to consternation among consumers who want to flash their content of Atrix 4G on a large screen.
Some bloggers suggest that the docking stations will cost $150. But as for the Motorola Laptop Dock will have the price tag of $499.99.
It is possible to get the handset and Motorola Laptop Dock for $499.99 with a two-year service contract as well as a $100 mail-in rebate after subscribing to a Data Pro smartphone data plan.
The data Pro plan will require $45 per month for 2GB. Moreover, the mobile carrier is offering a Bluetooth keyboard, Motorola HD Multimedia Dock, remote control and mouse for $189.99 in order consumers could run HDMI.