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The Motorola Atrix 4G is an Android 2.2 smartphone with a dual-core 1Ghz processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a 4-inch "qHD" (960 x 540) display, a fingerprint recognizer, a big 1930 mAh battery and 0.4-inch thick body.
Bright, vivid display.
Outstanding battery life.
Powerful NVIDIA Tegra2 processor.
The added docks are pure awesome.
Able to turn into a desktop/notebook device.
Good email and web.
Fast, reliable 4G radio.
MicroSDHC slot for adding to the 16GB of standard storage.
User interface can stutter.
Uses FroYo not Gingerbread.
Lapdock not all that fast.
Motoblur interface is not that great and slows down the phone.
Camera could be better as well.
Many software glitches.
Lags when used with accessory dock.
Overly glossy screen.
Hot spot use requires you to buy the most expensive data plan.
By Hardware Secrets on October 04, 2011
The Atrix is a top-notch phone with a speedy processor. It handled everything we threw at it, including games, without any hesitations. With the Gingerbread operating system, the Atrix may well be the jack-of-all-trades that does many things and...
By Mobile Mentalism on August 30, 2011
A fantastic technological achievement that's truly unique. For journalists, live-bloggers and people who need super-long battery life and a constant, reliable mobile connection, it's unbeatable.Key features:Dual-core Tegra2 processor. Unique...
By CoolSmartphone on August 29, 2011
This is a weird one to get your head around. We’re used to seeing smartphones here. They fly across the desk and have the usual things. A touch screen, a fast processor, a slick OS, a good camera, GPS, etc. Here though, we have a few additions. A...
By Tbreak.com on August 28, 2011
At the speed technology is moving, it won’t be too long before Smartphones become as powerful as laptops. In fact, the Motorola Atrix that we’re looking at today, can be connected to multiple types of docks and a laptop dock is one of them....
By 5FWD on July 29, 2011
If you want the brightest, sharpest screen, and don't fancy an Apple iPhone 4, the Motorola Atrix could be worth a look. We love the range of features available for the Atrix, although it's hard to imagine that many people will opt for a full on...
By PC Authority on July 18, 2011
The Motorola Atrix dual-core smartphone offers impressive powers, but it comes at a price...
By Wired UK on June 27, 2011
The Motorola Atrix may not be a style icon but its pointing the way to the future of phones with its accessories that allow it to be used as both a laptop and a media centre, though prices will have to come down if they're going to catch...
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on June 22, 2011
During the announcement at CES I thought the Atrix would be my next phone but I am now thankful that I got the chance to review this before I splashed the cash on it. The hardware, while "next-gen", is nowhere near the speed and quality of the...
By ZDNet UK on June 20, 2011
The Motorola Atrix is a competent high-end smartphone with a fast dual-core processor, good battery life, a fingerprint reader and a high-resolution screen. If you're prepared to invest in the accessories, you'll get considerably more...
By IT Reviews on June 19, 2011
For all its unique and clever stuff the Motorola Atrix doesn't quite hit the mark. The accessories add functionality, but they're expensive. The handset itself, despite some good features, failed to wow us. Perhaps Motorola needs to reconsider...
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