Another sign that the Motorola Atrix handset is on its way out; online retailer Ballicom International is now selling Moto's former flagship handset for a mere £234.34, which is less than half its original selling price and nearly £50 less than the price we reported last week.
And with more than 400 smartphones in stock, Ballicom (opens in new tab) is almost certainly passing on price cuts from Motorola itself rather than losing hard earnt money, given the fact that Motorola has already announced the launch of the Atrix 2.
The Atrix is still a worthy handset despite being launched more than nine months ago. It was the first smartphone to come with a qHD resolution, the first to come with 1GB RAM, the first to come with a 1950mAh battery (the largest at the time) and the first (and still only) to come with a fingerprint recognition feature.
The rest of the configuration was also ground breaking at the time. It had a dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC clocked at 1GHz, a 4-inch 960x540 pixel touchscreen, two cameras, 16GB onboard storage, a microSD card slot, Android OS 2.2 (upgradable to 2.3) with Motoblur and up to nine hours talk time.