Atrix 4G May Cost About $150 at Costco, AmazonNews — on January 31, 2011 at 12:10 am | 2 Comments
Motorola is going to announce the Atrix 4G smartphone soon and if rumors are believed to be true, you won’t have to break the bank to buy it. Amazon briefly displayed a page showing this phone for Atrix 4G for a price of $150 along with a two year service agreement. Amazon soon removed the page but Android Central then received image of Costco inventory screen which also showed the same price tag. 3rd party retailers usually sell cell phones for a price that is lower than suggested one. So if these costs are correct, I think AT&T will sell the gadget for about $200 or maximum $250.
Atrix 4G was displaced at CES this year and it immediately held the visitors attention thanks to its specs. This is one of the first smartphones to have dual-core processors inside along with Nvidia Tegra 2 chip. The phone will run on Android 2.2 OS and there will be a huge four inch display. Apart from that, the phone will have 16 GB onboard memory, 1 GB RAM, rear and front facing cameras, finger print reader and 1930 mAh battery. Motorola will also selling desktop and laptop docks that run full FireFox versions and they will be powered by this cell phone entirely.
The costs of the docks are still now known but rumors say that the cost will be around $150. If this is true, the phone might be offered with the dock bundled for around $300. There are more rumors in the market which say that the device will come in to the market from February 13th we still await an official word from Motorola.