Motorola Atrix 4G Successfully Rooted Even Before It’s Release!

by Jawwad in Android, Mobile, News | 0 comments

Atrix 4G  thumb | Motorola Atrix 4G Successfully Rooted Even Before It’s Release!These days there is a lot of buzz going on around the Motorola Atrix 4G an Android (Froyo) based powerhouse by Motorola. We have seen impressive reviews about the Atrix 4G. And why not ? – particularly when the Atrix 4G supports a very potent 1GHz dual core CPU, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 16GB of storage onboard (plus a microSD slot for another 32GB). In addition to this massive computing power, the device has a 960 x 540 capacitive touchscreen that Motorola is calling qHD display – it happens to be covered with Corning’s Gorilla Glass. Finally, there is powerful 5 MP rear facing camera with the 720p HD video capability and a VGA camera on the front and now you have got the idea!

Based on all the praise that it is getting out there it looks like an ideal candidate to spend your hard earned money on. Well, if you are still in the middle somewhat confused that  if you should go for it or not, here is another reason to love this beauty from Motorola. There is a report that the device has already been rooted even before it has been released to the public by a post at the xda-developers forum. Looks like we will not have to wait much before we have a tool to free the Atrix 4G from all evil limitations.

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