Motorola ATRIX HD LTE heading to Virgin

Ian Hardy

July 27, 2012 3:06pm

According to this internal screenshot we received it looks like Virgin Mobile will also welcome the Motorola ATRIX HD LTE to their lineup soon. This “superphone” is expected to hit Bell’s shelves on August 2nd and will probably follow shortly to Virgin. This will be Virgin’s second LTE-enabled smartphone – the first was the Samsung Galaxy S III.

There’s no word yet on price points, but Bell will be launching the ATRIX HD for $600 outright. As for the specs, this Android comes with OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 4.5-inch 720p display, 1.5Ghz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8MP camera that captures 1080p videos, and a 1780mAh battery.

We’ll have more info soon!
(Thanks tipster!)

  • Abe

    Played with this phone with our Motorola rep and im very surprised by Motorola. Its a very well built phone with great features and the ui isnt far off from stock android.

  • Atrix…

    Hmmm heard horry stories about the first Atrix, something about it never getting updates…

    • Atrix…


    • Matt

      Trust me, you can see the google influence by just how vanilla it looks.

      My moto rep told me we were only getting the razr v for virgin, maybe something has changed then.

  • shoo

    Word of Advice, avoid Moto at all costs. They dont give a s#!t about their customers.

  • Jay jee

    Mind the gap!. Stay away. Check urself at non us motorola atrix forums. 100% likes are for ‘last moto ever’……