The previously hot rumored Motorola Atrix HD will be the first Smartphone for AT&T’s upcoming 4G LTE network with the official name, Motorola MB865.
Still Under Testing
Although the exact release date is unknown, it is definitely an LTE device since it has been provisioned with an LTE tracking code in the billing system. Also Motorola MB865 will become the first LTE Smartphone for AT&T. Now it is under testing.
4.3-inch HD Touch Screen
We know that in the second half of this year, other manufacturers like HTC, Samsung, LG, etc will use 720p HD touch screen which is higher than the previous 960×540 qHD display. So probably we can also see the 1280×720 HD touch screen on Motorola MB865 at 4.3-inch.
8MP Camera and Dual-core Processor
Like Motorola Droid Bionic, the Motorola MB865 will be equipped with an 8MP camera which has the functions of auto focus, dual LED and 1080p HD video recording. Motorola hasn’t told us the exact dual-core processor, but most like it will be TI OMAP 4430 or OMAP 4440, which brings better 3D performance and graphics processing capability with lower power consumption than ARM Cortex-A8.
Upgrade Version of Motorola Atrix 4G
As an upgrade version of Motorola Atrix 4G, Motorola MB865 will have the same 1G of RAM, GPS, WLAN, Bluetooth, SD card and 4G LTE support.
Since AT&T will start to launch its LTE 4G network in a few of US cities this summer, and until the end of year spread to 15 major cities of US, so the Motorola MB865 will not be released recently, probably at the begging of next year.
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