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Item specifics

Condition:
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Brand:

Motorola

Type:

Mobile Phone

Model:

Atrix

Culture:

British

MPN:

MB860

Title/ Type:

Axtrix

SIM Lock:

T-Mobile

Edition:

Lapdock

Contract:

Without Contract

Type/ Material:

Plastic

Style:

Candy Bar

Suitable for:

All

Operating System:

Android

Modern/ Vintage:

Smartphone

Colour:

Black

EAN:

5025743741190

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Product Information
The Motorola Atrix16 GB model is a slim, feature-rich smartphone equipped with the Android operating system. Text to speech capabilities are available for text messages, voice calls and emails, allowing users to compose their thoughts without interrupting their schedule. The 4-inch, high-definition touch screen on this 4G-equipped smartphone produces brilliant graphics in 24-bit color, while a fast processor reduces loading time for websites and videos. The powerful battery of the Motorola Atrix provides 530 minutes of talktime, helping users stay connected all day and night. A 5 MP camera and camcorder integrated into the Motorola phone quickly captures special moments and images for later viewing. Speedy capabilities within this 4G-equipped smartphone let users view data up to four times faster than across a broadband network. Precise GPS capabilities bring navigational information to the Motorola Atrix courtesy of Google Maps. This Motorola phone is a helpful companion to an action-packed lifestyle.

Product Identifiers
BrandMotorola
ModelAtrix
SIM LockT-Mobile
EAN5025743741190
TypeSmartphone

Key Features
Storage Capacity16GB
ColourBlack
Network TechnologyEDGE / GSM / GPRS / HSDPA / HSUPA
BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) HSDPA 850/1900/2100

Battery
Battery Capacity1930 mAh

Other Features
BluetoothYes
Digital CameraYes
Email AccessYes

Motorola Atrix
Lapdock
Work & Play Kit

Will be sent by special next day delivery

This is the Complete Package Motorola Atrix with Laptop Dock and Work & Play Kit

I collected all the accessories for the Atrix, but as I lost my job recently to make cut backs I have to downgrade to a cheaper mobile phone and sell my atrix and all its add ons

Everything you need in one multimedia package

Motorola Atrix Smart Phone Model MB860 in its Original Box

Complete with Lapdock Lap Top and Multimedia Work & Play Kit

What does it do? Best ask what dosent it do!

With its advanced dual-core processing technology, Motorola Atrix puts the power of a PC in your pocket. The Motorola Atrix features webtop, a web-based application that truly mobilizes your desktop.Motorola Atrix gives you dual-core processing power and the revolutionary webtop application. With webtop, exclusive to Atrix, mobilize your desktop so you can surf the Internet, create and edit docs or access photos, music and movies - all using a large screen and full keyboard.

Proclaimed the world's most powerful smartphone and potentially an evolution in mobile computing, the Motorola ATRIX packs the power of a computer in a sleek smartphone body. Powered by a super-fast dual-core processor the ATRIX blazes through browsing and pinch-zooming, games and apps load faster, and you can check email, play films, browse the web and edit documents all at once.The ATRIX's 4 inch capacitive touchscreen is covered by toughened Gorilla Glass and has an impressive qHD (quarter-HD) 960 x 540 resolution, and with the HDMI output you can plug directly into an HDTV to see your media in full glory. Plug the ATRIX into a (sold separately) dock and it works with a monitor for a Linux computer experience using Motorola's Webtop operating system. Use Webtop to browse the internet with the Firefox browser, edit documents with Quickoffice, and view all your photos and movies on a large screen virtually anywhere, all whilst still having access to your phone's functions. The ATRIX even powers a full laptop experience, thanks to the optional a laptop dock.Feature you'll love: Smartphone with more processing power than many laptops Lightning-fast performance, web pages and apps load at stunning speed Plug into a dock (sold separately) to get full computer-like experience on your TV or monitor Firefox web browser and Adobe Flash player let you see more of what's available online Impressive 4 inch display has bright, clear picture quality 5MP HD camera and integrated fingerprint readerWhat we say:“The feature causing most excitement with the ATRIX is its ability to replace a laptop or desktop PC thanks to its innovative docks and the excellent Webtop operating system; the ATRIX can literally be your phone and PC in one. The ATRIX itself however is a very solid and capable smartphone, with cutting-edge specs across the board. The Tegra2 processor, 1GB of RAM and qHD resolution give The ATRIX blazingly fast performance

1GHz Dual Core Proccessor

Andriod 2.3 which is flash compatable

Unlock the phone quickly and securely with the inbuilt fingerprint scanner

5 Mega Pixel Camera with Video Camera

4 inch Amoled Touch Sensative Screen with toughend Gorilla Glass

It also has Sat Nav, MP3 / Multiumedia Players

Thousands of Free Apps are Available at the App Store

For more details please check the Motorola Website and Search for Atrix

The Lapdock turns the Atrix into a Laptop. Simply Connect the Phone to the Lapdock and to get instant access to a full Firefox web browser.
The Lapdock is just like using a PC, but you get a mobile view showing apps, messages and even make and take calls.
The Lapdock stores no personal information, all information is stored on the Atrix

Smaller, Thinner and Lighter than a Laptop and more portable
Comes Complete with Power Cable Carry Case

Laptop Dock unleashes the computing power of the Motorola Atrix. The webtop app launches automatically when your phone is docked to get all the ease of a sleek laptop computer and the capabilities of your phone in one smart package. Super thin so it travels easily.

The Work and Play Kit takes the Atrix to a New Dimension

Simply connect these accessories to a monitor or TV via the HD dock and you can use your Motorola Atrix handset as a PC.
The Motorola Atrix Work And Play kit includes HD multimedia dock, wireless keyboard, wireless mouse, remote control and wall charger.
When you connect your Atrix handset to the dock, a webtop application automatically launches giving you easy access to your music, videos, games, photos and emails on a large screen.
Complete with Full Size Wirless Keyboard, Wireless Mouse both Bluetooth and Infra Red Remote Control


In Very Good Condition I have really looked after this phone and I always I kept it in a small holder / case as you can see by the photos there are no marks on it

Includes the following Extra Accessories Bundles in

Holder Case

HDMI Cable to Connect to HD TV

Original Charger Cable and Motorola Plug 

Original Earphones with spare unsused pads 

Wall Charger (US Plug + UK Adapter) to charge a battery without the phone so you can have your phone with you and charge a battery at home

Charging Cable and Plug for when you want to charge the battery whilst inside your phone. The Cable also connects to your PC to sync data.

3 Batteries (I always kept one in Phone, a spare in my wallet and one at home charging. Simply swap them around and have power always)

Original Mini Guide (Full Guide only online at Motorla)

Unused Mirror Screen Protector + One Mirror Screen Protector Attached to Phone

Also included 2 HDMI Cables so the Atrix can be connect to a PC or Laptop. These are brand new and unopenend. I bought them but never got round to setting them up. 

Atrix, Lapdock and Work & Play Kit Complete with Original Boxes as well a most of the plastic bags the accessories came in

I got it from T-Mobile but may work on other Sim cards

Sim card not included but can be bought cheaply from any mobile provider

Phone RRP £499 Lapdock £349 Work & Play Kit £129

Almost £1,000 worth of kit for under £400!!!!

This a Truely Magnificent Phone which turns into a laptop and can connect to a HD TV or PC

In Excellent Condition


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The Motorola Atrix 4G[2] is a high-end Android-based smartphone by Motorola, introduced in CES 2011 on January 5, 2011. It was made available in the first quarter of 2011. It was introduced along with three other products, Motorola Xoom, Motorola Droid Bionic, and Motorola Cliq 2.[3] It uses an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor.[4] It is the first phone to use the PenTile[5] qHD display with 24-bit graphics. The Motorola Atrix 4G is carried by the following wireless providers: AT&T Wireless US,[6] Orange UK,[7] Bell Canada CAN,[8] Telstra AU. AT&T released Atrix on March 6.[9] It won CNET Best of CES 2011 Award in the Smartphone category,[10] and won nine awards at CES 2011.[11] With the launch of the Motorola Atrix 4G at CES 2011, Motorola and Google have been working together to integrate the software with the hardware

Specification highlights

Also known as Motorola Atrix MB860/ME860 (In Asia market)
NVIDIA Tegra 2 (dual-core 1 GHz Cortex A9 + GeForce ULP)
HSPA+ at 14.4 Mbit/s down (Category 10 HSPDA), 5.76 Mbit/s up (Category 6 HSUPA) where available[12]
Android 2.2 (Upgradable on most carriers to 2.3 "Gingerbread", upgradable to 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" [13])
1 GB LP-DDR2 RAM
16 GB Internal memory, expandable by microSD 32 GB, total of 48 GB
4-inch PenTile qHD display (540×960) with Gorilla Glass[14]
5.0 MP with dual LED flash, 4× digital zoom and autofocus, 720p video capture at 30 frame/s
(Full 1080p video capture will be officially supported via software upgrade sometime post-launch, unofficially available since 15 May 2011 via customized package[15])
VGA front-facing camera for video calls
Micro USB
Micro HDMI (type D)
3.5 mm audio jack
TriColor LED notification light
Fingerprint scanner
1930 mAh user-changeable Li-po battery
117.75 × 63.50 × 10.95 millimetres (4.636 × 2.500 × 0.431 in)
135 grams (4.8 oz)

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In addition to telephony, modern mobile phones also support a wide variety of other services such as text messaging, MMS, email, Internet access, short-range wireless communications (infrared, Bluetooth), business applications, gaming and photography. Mobile phones that offer these and more general computing capabilities are referred to as smartphones.
The first hand-held mobile phone was demonstrated by Dr Martin Cooper of Motorola in 1973, using a handset weighing 2 1/2 lbs (about 1 kg).[1] In 1983, the DynaTAC 8000x was the first to be commercially available. In the twenty years from 1990 to 2010, worldwide mobile phone subscriptions grew from 12.4 million to over 4.6 billion, penetrating the developing economies and reaching the bottom of the economic pyramid.


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