Motorola Smartphones and Tablet at CES 2011
Motorola brought down the house at CES 2011 with the release of a tablet plus several 4G smartphones. It’s all about Motorola Mobility!
Sanjay Jha, CEO and chairman of the Motorola Mobility spinoff, recently presented at CES 2011 the mobile future of their company. This is what the company has been working on for the past 12 months. Motorola Mobility shapes it tomorrow with the an Android tablet, dual-core smartphones and other tech accessories. Here’s the run-through of their fresh offerings.
Motorola Atrix 4G: The phone features 1 GB of RAM, 1 GHz cores, 1930 mAh battery and small HD dock with 3 USBs where HDMI, keyboard and mouse can be attached.
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Motorola Cliq 2: This is a revised version of Cliq since this device also made an appearance in last year’s CES. This 3.7-inch touchscreen is equipped with 3.7-inch touchscreen, 1 Ghz processor and MotoBlur widgets. The Cliq 2 comes to T-Mobile customers on Jan. 19.
Motorola Droid Bionic: This smartphone is dual-core, 4G and uses Verizon’s LTE network for data. It has also a fallback for 3G or EVDO. It is equipped with 4.3-inches screen. It supports video play, HDTV and video chat. It will be part of the smartphones Verizon will launch in the second quarter.
Motorola Xoom: This device is considered the first Android Honeycomb tablet for Verizon. It sports 10.1-inch screen, 1280 x 800 resolution, front-facing and rear cameras. Xoom can also serve as a mobile hotspot for other Motorola gadgets mentioned earlier.