Sharp, bright screen.
Powerful camera and 1080p video recording.
Very long battery life.
No more PenTile display.
Large, bright display.
Fast dual-core performance.
Very good camera with dedicated shutter button.
Cheap build quality.
Software stability issues.
Sluggish webtop mode.
Motorola's UI changes detract from rather than enhance Android.
Still a little buggy.
Static in phone calls.
Camera could be better.
Google Talk video chat works over Wi-Fi only.
Lapdock feels gimmicky.
By Android Central on November 13, 2011
The Motorola Atrix 2 isn't going to sweep you off your feet, but that doesn't mean its not likable. For $99 on contract you have to be willing to make some concessions. No, the Atrix 2 doesn't have the fastest processor or the highest-res...-
By MobileBurn on November 10, 2011
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The Motorola ATRIX 2 is the successor to the ATRIX 4G from earlier this year, which broke the dual-core smartphone world wide open in the U.S. The ATRIX 2 improves upon the original ATRIX 4G in a number of...80
By TechRadar on November 04, 2011
The Motorola Atrix 2 isn't really a full sequel to the Motorola Atrix, another fast smartphone. Instead, it's an iterative release with a few new features, a better camera and a lower price. As such, the phone starts to reveal some performance...80
By PC Mag on November 02, 2011
The latest Motorola Atrix is still based on an idea that's ahead of its time. But if you're the geeky type, you can have plenty of fun with this 4G phone that, with the right accessories, transforms into other devices....80
By SlashGear on November 01, 2011
The ATRIX 2 is an improvement over the original ATRIX if only for its slightly more advanced user interface. Where the first ATRIX used what was still then called Motoblur, here we’ve got what’s generally considered a much more reasonable...-
By The Boy Genius Report on October 31, 2011
When BGR Editor-in-chief Jonathan Geller first reviewed the original Motorola ATRIX 4G in February, he called it “one of the best smartphones to ever be available from AT&T.” Now I have that phone’s successor, the Motorola ATRIX 2. It...-
By PCWorld on October 31, 2011
For $100, it’s hard to say no to the Atrix 2. With a dual-core processor and 4G speeds, the Atrix 2 is great for people who want a high-end phone, but don’t want to pay a high-end price. Although putting down the extra dough for the lapdock...80
By LaptopMag on October 31, 2011
The helped kickstart the superphone resolution by being among the first handsets to sport a dual-core processor. The device also stood out because it could plug into a laptop dock, letting users surf the full web using Motorola's webtop software....80
By Ubergizmo on October 28, 2011
good) I would consider the Motorola Atrix 2 to be a replacement of the original Motorola Atrix in AT&T’s line-up, but I would not upgrade from an Atrix to an Atrix 2. They are very close from one another, but the second edition is obviously...-
By BrightHub on October 28, 2011
Overall the Atrix 2 ranks in as a 'Good' smartphone and is a decent successor to the original. It's interesting to note that the Atrix 2 doesn't seem to be catering exclusively for the high end market, but rather the mid to high market,...80