- NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor (1 GHz)
- 1 GB of LP-DDR2 RAM
- FingerPrint scanner (possibly the only smartphone with one, and it’s quite functional too unlike the face unlock gimmick)
- Laptop/HD multimedia/Vehicle docks, they had an accessory eco-system
- Won nine awards at CES 2011
- OS: Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
This is quite possibly one of the worst decisions they have made, not having to be able to upgrade Motorola’s seemingly flagship phone, the Atrix 4G to Ice Cream Sandwich let alone JellyBean. The hardware on this phone is more than capable of handling the new OS. It’s barely been a year since I have bought it, and seems like I have to lay this powerful beast of a phone to rest, or possibly root it.
The HTC One X looks all shiny suddenly, hmm.