Enterprise Mobility: Motorola Atrix 4G, Droid Bionic Smartphones, Toshiba Tablet Impress at CES
LAS VEGASWith more than 10 million Galaxy S handsets sold, Samsung may be the worldwide leader in Android smartphones. But Motorola easily dusted Samsung in the presentation category at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show here this week. The phone maker, which has put all its chips on the Android table, became a tablet maker with the Motorola Xoom dual-core device, slated for launch in February. The Xoom sports Android 3.0 with several 3-D capabilities baked into the UI. Motorola also unveiled two high-end smartphones running on the top two U.S. carriers' networks: the Atrix 4G on AT&T and the Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless. After their initial launch Jan. 5, eWEEK tracked down all of the gadgets on the show floor. The devices were tethered, so it was hard to judge their weight and feel, but the processing speed was definitely impressive running YouTube and other applications. We took a few pictures here for good measure, and also noted a Toshiba Android tablet that no one is allowed to touch. We have more details on that below.