Announced at AT&T's CES-based Developer Summit today, the phone is the first to be unveiled for the carrier's lineup with a dual-core processor, but the fun doesn't stop there: it's got a 960 x 540 display
that gives the iPhone 4's pixel density a run for its money, a fingerprint reader
, support for 802.11n on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, a ridiculous 1,930mAh battery
that dwarfs the average 1,300 to 1,500mAh cell you see in most modern smartphones, HD video capture, and a wild set of peripherals -- HD Dock and Laptop Dock, primarily -- that allow you to use the Atrix in a "webtop mode"
that bears a striking resemblance to a desktop operating system.
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