Orange still has exclusivity on the new Motorola Atrix for the foreseeable future and the handset has dropped in price to just under £30 per month on a two year contract.
Orange offers two deals, which are available from Buymobilephones.net, on Panther and Dolphin with either 300 min, 50 Photo Messages and 750MB or 500 min and 500MB. Either way, you get £20 cashback and unlimited texts.
With a total cost of ownership of just over £700, the deals are decent for a phone expected to cost at least £500 when it goes on retail, possibly later next month.
The Motorola Atrix is the company's first dual core SoC and runs on the Nvidia Tegra 2, comes with 1GB RAM, 16GB internal memory with support for 32GB microSD card, a 4-inch capacitive display with a qHD pentile screen (that's 960x540 pixels), Wi-Fi, a five-megapixel rear camera with flash and AF, a front facing two-megapixel one, a huge 1930mAh battery, HDMI, USB BT, GPS, integrated fingerprint reader, Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Motorola's own MOTOBLUR user interface.
What sets the Atrix apart from the rest of the competition though, are its three accessories, the Multimedia Desk Dock, the HD Multimedia Dock and the superb laptop dock which converts it into the equivalent of a Linux-powered notebook.