Yet another 4G Phone is announced by AT&T today and this time let me introduce the Motorola Atrix 4G. This device seems to be the rumored Motorola Olympus that we have been drooling over the past few weeks.

The Atrix 4G has some impressive specs. According to Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha, it's an Android 2.2 smartphone with a dual-core 1 Ghz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a "qHD" display, a fingerprint recognizer and a huge 1930 mAh battery, all in a 10.9mm-thick case.

The Atrix will connect to AT&T's HSPA+ "4G" network, AT&T said.
But by far the neatest feature is the Atrix's docking ability. Jha showed the Atrix docking into the "Motorola Lapdock," a brainless 11.6-inch, 2.4-lb magnesium alloy laptop which uses a special "Webtop" app to provide a full screen, keyboard, speakers, and 2 USB ports for the Atrix's abilities. The dock has 8 hours of battery life.
Source: AT&T Debuts Motorola Atrix 4G | News & Opinion | PCMag.com