Motorola Edison (Possible Successor To The Atrix 4G) Gets A Hands-On Preview – Set To Bring High-End Specs, Smooth Form Factor To AT&T | Wifi Walker, J B Chaparal Properties

Motorola Edison (Possible Successor To The Atrix 4G) Gets A Hands-On Preview – Set To Bring High-End Specs, Smooth Form Factor To AT&T

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.

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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:

  • 1GHz OMAP 4 Processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8MP back shooter with dedicated hardware symbol
  • 4.3″ qHD arrangement
  • Micro USB and HDMI ports
  • 8GB Internal storage
  • 1735mAh battery
  • Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread

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.

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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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