New Motorola Atrix2 packs top features
Dubai, April 4, 2012
Motorola Mobility has launched a new smartphone that amps up entertainment at a competitive price, the company claimed.
Motorola Atrix 2 offers the ultimate boredom-blitzing gaming experience, serving up a dizzy mix of action, fantasy and adventure straight from the phone thanks to a package from EA games, it said.
The Android-powered smartphone delivers blazingly fast connectivity and packs a 1GHz dual-core processor for faster browsing and video. A 4.3 inch qHD screen offers the perfect stage for photos and videos, advanced 3D graphics and smooth, crystal-clear game play, said the company.
Customers can browse over 450,000 games and apps on Google Play and store them on 4GB of on-board memory or up to 32GB of optional MicroSD card storage.
“Loaded with the full-throttle technical specs needed to get the most out of the mobile multiverse on the go, Motorola Atrix2 goes above and beyond typical smartphone functionality to offer stunning performance,” said Raed Hafez, managing director for Motorola Mobility, Middle East & Africa.
“Smartphone users in the Middle East crave power, versatility and style. Motorola Atrix2 is ready to emphatically deliver on all fronts - a world-class device for work and play with incredible, entertaining content from EA Games that puts your down-time to the test,” Hafez said. “Whether it’s achieving high scores, watching movies, web surfing or sharing pictures, the phone offers a range of features and capabilities ready to challenge you and banish boredom for good.”
The new device is available from selected leading UAE mobile phone retailers. - TradeArabia News Service
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