A new Motorola phone, codenamed “Edison” and headed for ATT, has been in a gossip indent for a while now, though currently it got in front of a camera when This Is My Next published a hands-on preview of a device.
TIMN speculates that this phone might be unfailing to reinstate a Motorola Atrix in ATT‘s lineup, and a pattern hints during identical webtop capabilities reliable by special webtop options found in a device’s settings.
The Edison seems to be closely associated to a Droid Bionic, set to move many of a Bionic’s best facilities to ATT. Speaking of features, a Edison is no lightweight in a specs department. Here’s what a phone is make-up underneath a slim nonetheless plain chassis:
TIMN also records that while a Bionic and a Edison both have qHD LCD screens, a Edison has over from a standard PenTile pattern (something I’m certain many are blissful to hear), and that a arrangement has a quite cooler tone temperature, something that might not be final and could be tweaked before release.
The Edison also provides poignant performance, and Moto’s skin overlaid on Android is indeed utterly light and not quite fatiguing on speed or functionality, that is positively good news.
Overall a Edison sounds (and looks) like a solid, able device, and while no central word on a recover is available, it’s reasonable to assume that a Edison is only about prepared for consumers, deliberation a appearing developments of 720p displays and Android‘s Ice Cream Sandwich OS on a horizon.
For a full story (and tons of photos), check out a strange post during This Is My Next.
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