Things are really starting to heat up at CES 2011. It seems like AT&T is including its every upcoming handset with ‘4G’, which are HSPA+ capable phones in real. You might be remembered the Motorola‘s giant phone Motorola Olympus with Tegra 2 dual-core processor, which was actually determined to launch for AT&T. Well AT&T is giving a new name to it now, Motorola ATRIX 4G, packs with Nvidia dual-core 1 GHz application processor, Android 2.2 Froyo with MOTOBLUR UI customization, world’s first QHD high-resolution touch display, 1GB of RAM, HSPA+. ATRIX 4G is having another interesting this here, this 10.9mm device can be connected to a super-thin laptop dock accessory, which houses a laptop battery. Another HD dock will also be available for ATRIX 4G for processing power to enable a revolutionary browsing, application and media experience. ATRIX 4G is having 16Gb onboard storage and can be expandable up to 32GB and surprisingly it is having 2 USB ports. Wow this handset is really turning into a monster.
According to sources, this device might be fixed with a 1920mAh battery, which lets the device to run for loner time and gives a better battery life than Apple’s new MacBook Air. This device also come with Motorola Webtop application, which allows for full keyboard and mouse experience and the device is having HTNL5 support. Motorola ATRIX 4G is scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2011 on AT&T carriers. Check out more images after the break. Click on the images to see bigger images.