Motorola Atrix may persuade users to trade in mobiles
Users across the UK could be persuaded to trade in their mobiles once they set eyes on the Motorola Atrix.
Orange has announced it is exclusively offering the device, which has been dubbed the world's most powerful smartphone, from today (May 4th).
Tipped to be one of the most popular releases of 2011, the Atrix features a number of unique functions, such as an inbuilt fingerprint reader that creates additional security.
Nicola Shenton, head of device portfolio at Orange, said: "This really is the ultimate smartphone for gadget fans packed full of tech wizardry and features that any aspiring spy would be proud of."
The handset can be snapped up by consumers on a £35 monthly contract, which runs for 24 months and includes unlimited texts, unlimited Wi-Fi and 750MB of data allowance.
Last month, the network confirmed it was the first to offer the HTC Desire S on a number of its payment plans.
Posted by Simon Thomas
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