Recent Google acquisition Motorola Mobility has made public that its Atrix handset that can be attached to a docking station and turned into a laptop, has received an update to a new version of Gingerbread which brings in several improvements to the handset's performance.
Motorola announced this news over Facebook, from their Motorola Europe account and in a message that reads: ‘The upgrade to Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) is now available for T-Mobile UK Motorola ATRIX owners.' whilst adding ‘Please visit www.motorola.com/update or www.motorola.com/myatrix to for instructions and to download.'
The update brings the build on the Motorola Atrix to the build 45.31.0, which includes the new 2.3.4 platform; with new UI themes; improved touchscreen keyboard in both landscape and portrait mode; a new copy and paste functionality; improved power management; better application management; a new download manager; support for VoIP/SIP calls; new camera application for accessing multiple cameras and support for ever larger screens.
There is also the removal Libpng native code execution vulnerability; with auto accept of Bluetooth pairing removed too for handsfree profile vulnerability; a patch for Android browser vulnerability with social network support for Flickr and YouTube.