During its 4th quarter earnings call last night, Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha confirmed that the show stealing Motorola Atrix 4G and Motorola Xoom are set for launch in late February, though he did caution that the Atrix 4G could slip to early March while the Bionic for Verizon and the LTE update for the Xoom would not be available until the second quarter.
The Atrix 4G features a Tegra dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and support for up to 48GB of memory, a 4-inch quarter HD display (or 960 x 540), a front-facing VGA camera and 5.0 megapixel main unit with an LED flash, a 1930 mAh battery that promises nine hours of talk time, fingerprint login security and Android 2.2.
The smartphone will also be offered with a companion laptop-alike dock with an additional large capacity battery, three USB ports, 12-inch display with keyboard and touchpad for $150.
The Motorola Xoom will be the first Android Honeycomb-based tablet to be released around the same time as the Atrix, with the 1GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor 10.1-inch capacitive display at 1280Ã—800, while 4G connectivity will be made available as an update in Q2. Other specs include a 5.0 megapixel camera, 720p video recording and 1080p video playback, 802.11n Wi-Fi radio, Bluetooth, and 32GB of onboard storage.
The Bionic features a dual-core processor with each core running at 1GHz, a 4.3-inch quarter HD screen, 512MB of RAM, a front-facing VGA camera, an 8-megapixel on the rear, HDMI out, and a Mirror Mode that will allow simultaneous streaming of video to the TV and on the phone.