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Motorola ATRIX 2 Review
31 October 2011
Conclusion: 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 approach to Android.
Summary: For $99, you're getting a lot in the Motorola Atrix 2: A brilliant qHD display, sharp 8-MP camera, and strong dual-core performance. No, the 4G speeds aren't blazing, but this smartphone offered faster downloads and uploads than its predecessor.
Excerpt: Aaron does an in-depth review on AT&T's latest Android device, the Motorola Atrix 2 . Available now at AT&T for $99, it's the best bang for the buck on the market right now. Specifications include a 1 GHz dual-core TI OMAP processor, 4.3-inch qHD display (without PenTile technology), 8-megapixel...
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the Motorola Atrix 2 , the successor to the Atrix 4G and the best bang for the buck on AT&T right now. For $99 with a two-year agreement, you get quite the package - 1 GHz dual-core TI OMAP processor, 4.3-inch qHD display (without PenTile technology), 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD...
Conclusion: For $99 with contract, this is a lot of high end Android goodness. If you're a Moto fan or simply are looking for the best Android phone you can get for little money, the Motorola Atrix 2 and LG Thrill 4G are our top budget picks on AT&T.
Pros: High end smartphone for only $99 with contract. Improved display and HSPA+ data speeds.
Cons: Like many sequels, nothing truly innovative or flashy here.
Summary: We review Motorola Atrix 2, the successor to powerful Atrix . The tech giant has added an oomph factor to its handset with a revision in design and screen size but is it enough to keep it in the highly competitive smartphone game? Take a look.
Summary: Motorola launched Atrix 2 in India in March. It was announced for AT&T last October. It has 4.3-inch (960 x 540 pixels) display and is powered by 1 GHz dual-core processor. It still runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with the update for Android 4.0 ICS expected any time soon.
Summary: • Dual core processor • Clear and sharp display • 8 megapixel • Fast video capturing • Enhanced WebTop functionality • Remote access to music and photos from computer with Zumocast • There are shutter lags in the phone • It lacks fingertip sensors Ever since Motorola Atrix 2 launched in India it has...
Pros: Dual core processor , Clear and sharp display , 8 megapixel , Fast video capturing , Enhanced WebTop functionality , Remote access to music and photos from computer with Zumocast
Cons: There are shutter lags in the phone , It lacks fingertip sensors
Excerpt: The 4.3" screen has pixel dimensions of 540x960. The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and features an oleophobic layer that helps wipe off smudges easily. The panel is reasonably bright, but the colours look drab. Moreover, the viewing angles are not wide.
Pros: Great sound quality; 1080p video recording; Sturdy build.
Cons: Uninspiring design; Sluggish UI; Lacklustre display; Images sport a green tinge.
Excerpt: Motorola is working hard to retain their footing in the smartphone segment and so far, they’ve been faring quite well. Their recent attempt at a Galaxy S II competitor in the form the RAZR XT910 proved to be quite fruitful.