Motorola announces dual-core mobile

Mobile phone network that's one part of EverythingEverywhere has jointly unveiled with Motorola Mobility, the Atrix - Moto's first dual-core handset.

The Motorola Atrix is only the second ever mobile phone to be announced with effectively two 1Ghz processors, after the LG Optimus 2X that saw its public début at Las Vegas' CES.

Motorola's Atrix will arrive running the Android ‘Froyo' 2.2 OS, with a new Moto application called webtop which is able to run a full version of Firefox - complete with Flash support.

The mobile phone is accompanied by the world's first 4.0-inch qHD Quarter High Definition 960x540 touch screen, with 1GB of RAM, a 5 megapixel camera - capable of HD video capture, with storage in the form of 16GB that's expandable by the microSD card.

The new Motorola mobile has been designed with a view to be used to create and edit media and documents, with an optional multimedia and laptop dock that enables access to a larger 11.6-inch screen, keyboard and keypad

Orange will be carrying the phone as a launch partner, although whether the mobile will be exclusive hasn't been confirmed when the Motorola Atrix is due to arrive after March.

Originally published at OneMobileRing.com