Motorola was the star at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona. The Motorola Xoom is the most advance tablet during the event. This is not a surprise considering that the Xoom is the launch device for Google Android Honeycomb.
The Xoom has a 10.1 inch screen and features a 2GHz Tegra 2 processor with 1GB of RAM. It has an internal storage memory of 16GB and a physical aspect ratio of 16:10 with a viewable area of 16:9. This is the same aspect as Blu-ray movies.
The extra pixels on the screen are reserved for the navigation bar. The Xoom doesn’t have the usual Android hardware buttons. Starting with the Android Honeycomb, the buttons are now integrated into the software.
The Motorola Xoom supports 3D maps and you can sync it with your iTunes library. Users of the Xoom can now transfer their DRM-free content from iTunes to the Motorola tablet.
The Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone is another device that caught the eyes at the Mobile World Congress. The smartphone pushes content out to whatever dock it is place on. It will automatically resume where you last left it on. The Atrix 4G comes with its own accessories, such as a speaker dock.
The Atrix 4G comes with 16GB internal memory with a SD card slot that that is supportive up to 32GB SD card. It also features a powerful 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor and a 4 inch screen with a resolution of 960×540 pixels.
MotoBlur interface has direct access to email, SMS, Facebook and other social media. The smartphone is protected via a fingerprint recognition or PIN code. The Atrix 4G is expected to be launched in the U.S. next week and it will run on Android 2.2 or Froyo.
The HTC Flyer is another tablet that looks promising according to guests of the Mobile World Congress but the Motorola Xoom and Atrix 4G were the most talked devices as the MWC comes to a close.