GALLERY: Motorola ATRIX and Orange's "Sexy Spy" photographs

So this is… interesting. Given that Motorola and Orange have just launched the dual-core ATRIX Android phone in the UK, the two are now conspiring to sell the phone to gadget lovers. By dressing up a lady like she’s a cold Russian temptress from the Roger Moore era.

Which works for us. So here are the photos – FOR YOUR EYES ONLY etc etc.

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She’ll have to cut off Bond’s finger in order to access the SECRET FILES.

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“Ahh, Mr Bond, I see you have unlocked all of the Angry Birds maps. Most impressive. BUT WHAT ABOUT FLIGHT DIRECTOR?”

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That’s illustrating the USB connector along the bottom. You can’t see it very well. Terrible photograph.

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“Q? I left the keys in and it locked itself.”

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And here’s the press release, so this seems more like an actual news story rather than an excuse to look at a lady’s knees and shoes:

World’s Most Powerful Smartphone With Fingerprint Security Hits The UK

What smartphone suits the gadget fan for whom the world is not enough? On sale exclusively from Orange from tomorrow, Motorola ATRIX™ is the world’s first smartphone to have an in-built biometric fingerprint reader for enhanced personal security.

The award winning Motorola ATRIX is tipped to be one of the biggest releases in 2011 and is sure to impress the most stylish of aspiring secret agents. The fingerprint reader allows you to unlock the phone with the swipe of a finger ensuring the mobile phone remains for your eyes only. The device also features a powerful 1GHz dual core processor so you can open web pages twice as fast as most other smartphones, as well as having the capacity to connect up to a HDTV to show video, games, music and more.

Nicola Shenton, Head of Device Portfolio, Orange UK said: “This really is the ultimate smart phone for gadget fans packed full of tech wizardry and features that any aspiring spy would be proud of. With its multimedia accessories* and groundbreaking fingerprint swipe access, this is an innovative handset that Orange is proud to be bringing to the UK first.”
Jeremy Marks, Director, Spymaster – security experts – said: “Biometric fingerprint security is the best way to protect your device. This type of technology offers consumers a new level of security surpassing anything we have seen before on a smartphone.”

Motorola ATRIX is free to Orange customers on a £35 per month, 24 month contract, which includes 600 minutes, 750 MB data allowance, unlimited texts, 50 MMS and unlimited wi-fi per month*.

To become the ultimate special agent, check out top spy apps including Securet SpyCam, Retinal Scanner or SpyBubble, available for download to Orange customers.

For more information on Motorola ATRIX, accessories, and to register interest in the device, go to www.orange.co.uk/motorolaatrix or to reserve a handset, please visit Orange retail shops or call Orange telesales

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