Motorola Mobility which is on its second day of operations after the spin-off from Motorola announced one new tablet and three phones at the CES this week. All devices run Android OS, with the tablet running the Honeycomb OS whereas the phones run Froyo.
The tablet dubbed as Xoom is Motorola’s first creation for the tablet market and features a 10.1-inch touchscreen display, full HD playback, HDMI-out, 5MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, 3G, gyrometer and more. Motorola has promised to roll out the tablet in Q1 2011 with a 4G-enabled Xoom tablet slated for Q2 of this year.
The phones to be unveiled today are Atrix, Cliq 2 and Bionic. Atrix 4G is a unique and also the first device from Motorola to be powered by a dual-core 1GHz processor and 1GB RAM. Additionally, the phone has the world’s first qHD display, dual cameras (rear and front), a fingerprint reader at the back, dual-band Wi-Fi for faster transfers, microSD card slot and webtop application that unlocks more use cases for the phone. Webtop app allows user to run a full-fledged Mozilla Firefox app and Adobe Flash Player.
A user can run the webtop app by attaching to either of the two docks – an HD multimedia dock or a laptop dock that is powered by the device.
Atrix 4G will released to AT&T customers in Q1 2011.
Cliq 2 is the successor of Motorola’s Cliq device that will be released on T-Mobile’s 4G network. The phone features a 3.7-inch touchscreen display, 1GHz CPU, 4G support, Wi-Fi, DLNA, a full sliding QWERTY keyboard and more.
T-Mobile will start selling the phone from Jan 19.
The last device to be shown off is Droid Bionic slated for Verizon. Bionic too, is powered by a dual-core 1GHz CPU but comes with just 512MB of RAM. It also comes with 4G support and features a 4.3-inch qHD display, 8MP camera, full HD content playback via HDMI-out, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more.