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Old February 22nd, 2012, 10:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anybody else see this? ATRIX 3?

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Quad-core Motorola Atrix 3 concept sounds too good with 3300mAh battery, HD screen and 2GB of RAM

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Hopefully that is what it ends up being. That's what I'm looking for generally.
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It's just wishful thinking, a concept phone, I would love to see an Atrix 3 with those stats, but I'm not holding my breath.
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I guess the fingerprint reader is a thing of the past?

I really am not looking forward to losing that. It is my favorite feature on the Atrix by far.

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I guess the fingerprint reader is a thing of the past?

I really am not looking forward to losing that. It is my favorite feature on the Atrix by far.

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I don't remember any other android phone with a fingerprint reader, I simply love that feature, it's awesome, way faster and even less distracting than to put a 4-digit code.

Hopefully, we will actually see an Atrix with those specs, if not, I'm holding out for the Galaxy S3, or maybe the GSM version of Razr Maxx.
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I'd say it's possible except for the 2Gb of Ram. IMHO

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I'd say it's possible except for the 2Gb of Ram. IMHO

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But not for a tablet / Webtop mode.

Besides, when everyone has gone quad-core, I guess the next thing to help sell a device will be more RAM!
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The Motorola Atrix 4G brings several firsts to AT&T's lineup, among them a dual-core CPU in the form of NVIDIA's Tegra 2 platform. The CPU is clocked at 1GHz per core, providing enough zip to match the HSPA+ connectivity and 4G download... Read More



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