For those of you who own the Motorola Atrix 4G, you know that it does all kinds of cool things. For one, it turns into a little laptop when you clip it into its corresponding laptop dock. It’s also the first dual-core smartphone to launch in the U.S., so it was the trend-setter of snappiness, if you will. One thing the Atrix 4G doesn’t do, however, is run Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, at least not until next month. That’s right Atrix owners, you’re in for a real Gingerbread treat.
Motorola will release the latest version of the Motoblur UI alongside the OTA update, which should fix some of the kinks in the interface. Sometimes heavy skins like the Motoblur UI ruin the fun of an OS update because you can’t really see the underlying changes.
The good news is that Motorola has used some cool features from Gingerbread throughout the new version of Motoblur, such as the over-scroll glowing effect that comes on stock Android 2.3.3. The new Motoblur will also include enhanced camera software, a revamped keyboard, and a few adjustments to apps and icons.