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Sponsored: Motorola ATRIX 4G--A PC for your Pocket

updated 04:15 pm EDT, Tue April 5, 2011

Dual-core CPU, dual-facing cameras, full Flash.

This is a sponsored post by Motorola.


A PC for your pocket, Motorola's Atrix 4G smartphone brings mobile computing into the big time. Running Android 2.2, this phone packs a lot of punch in a small package, thanks to a speedy dual-core processor, dual-facing cameras, full Adobe® Flash® Player web browsing and a revolutionary webtop application. Apps and widgets get lots of face time on the Atrix's ultra-bright 4-inch qHD display, so you can stay connected with the constant stream of Facebook statuses, emails and tweets coming at you at lightning-quick speed.








This smartphone also boasts 16GB of onboard memory, which is expandable to 32GB thanks to the microSD port. Link up the Atrix with your laptop, TV, or desktop computer for even more options. A 5-megapixel camera takes crisp, clear shots in any light, and there's HD video capability.

The Motorola Atrix 4G is priced at only $99, exclusively on the AT&T mobile network, and requires new activation, a two-year contract, and a $15-a-month data plan. Accessories such as the Lapdock are sold separately, but are worth it to get the most out of the Atrix's capabilities.

Experience dual-core power at a single-core price--it's a great deal for the world's most powerful smartphone.





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