It’s down now—to no one’s surprise, since there was never an official announcement that we know of—but yesterday Motorola released a full product page on the Motorola Atrix HD. The Atrix HD is the latest in the Atrix line, following the Atrix 2 and the Atrix 4G. It is a 4.5-inch phone that is apparently set to be released on AT&T’s LTE network in the near future.
The Atrix line has historically been something of a performance line, and this one isn’t bad either. Processing is handled by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, tucked behind a 4.5-inch HD LCD display with ColorBoost. Strangely for Android ICS, on-screen navigation keys are featured, along with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, an 8MP rear camera, and a 1.3MP front camera. The battery is an average 1780mAh, and an external microSD slot is provided.
Styling for the Atrix HD—part number MB886—borrows heavily, darn near exclusively, from the RAZR. Side and back profiles are uncannily similar, aided by a Kevlar backing and 8.4mm of thickness. The Atrix HD is staying true to its roots feature-wise. With Smart Actions, “Government-grade encryption,” and Motorola’s Webtop accessories, the Atrix HD looks to be Motorola’s latest offer for business types.
With the page pulled down and still no official announcement, pricing and release date are anybody’s guess. But since Motorola’s marketing is clearly ready—and somewhat over-eager—I think it safe to assume that we will be seeing this phone sooner than later.