Motorola Atrix 4G May Be Coming March 1

Motorola's Atrix 4G was unveiled less than two weeks ago, but the dual-core handset served by AT&T now has a March 1 landing date.

Android Central uncovered this leaked internal AT&T screen showing March 1 as the launch date for the device. That would mesh would AT&T's promised to launch it in the first quarter this year.

However, one may be forgiven for taking the actual landing date with a grain of salt, as the blog noted that March 1 falls on a Tuesday this year and AT&T typically launches phones on Sunday.

Another missing piece of intel is the price point. EWEEK expects the high-end handset will set customers back $200 to $250 on contract.
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Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha introduced the Motorola Atrix 4G Jan. 5 at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The device, which Jha boasted would be the "most powerful smartphone," will incorporate a 2 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 chip, making it more powerful than the standard high-end Android handsets fueled by 1 GHz chips today.

The Atrix 4G, which will easily be the most interesting Android handset AT&T has a 4-inch, quarter high-definition screen and is powered by Android 2.2.

The device even flashes biometric security via fingerprint reader to safeguard users' content, making it useful as a corporate handset option.

However, the handset's most attractive feature could well be its capability to port its content to a desktop or laptop computer.