Reviews and Problems with Motorola Atrix 2 / ME865 / MB865
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28 March 2012
Summary: Late last year, Motorola made a jump start into the Android arena with the Razr ; good thing is it hasn't quite forgotten its Atrix roots, resulting in a sort of indirect successor to the Lapdock-friendly Atrix.
Pros: Bundled with 10 free EA games, MotoCast Personal Cloud Service, Good battery life, Bright 4.3-inch qHD touchscreen
Cons: Poor camera performance, Comes with Android 2.3 (update coming in Q3 2012)
Conclusion: 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.
Pros: Sharp, bright screen. Powerful camera and 1080p video recording. Very long battery life.
Cons: Sluggish webtop mode. Motorola's UI changes detract from rather than enhance Android. Still a little buggy.
Conclusion: Overall the Atrix 2 is a solid phone. Good screen display, solid workhorse under the cover, HD quality video. Good call quality, the phone feels good in your hand and the 1GHz dual-core processor is more than capable of handling your daily duties.
Conclusion: The Motorola Atrix 2 is a great phone at a price considerably less than its competitors. At $100 with a two-year contract, the Atrix 2 a great buy for anyone on AT&T’s network. Motorola’s NinjaBlur interface isn’t fantastic, but the screen is a step up from previous phones and for 4.3 inches, it...
Pros: Dual-core processor, High quality screen, Comfortable design, Affordable
Cons: Poor volume toggle, NinjaBlur UI is ugly, Limited by AT&T’s network, Poor camera quality
Excerpt: AT&T launched the Motorola Atrix 2 with very little fanfare, slotting it in with a set of low-end Android smartphones on October 11th. However, the Atrix 2 is the successor to the venerable Atrix 4G and as such at least bears the name of a top-of-the-line Android phone.
Pros: Only $99 on-contract, Great qHD LCD display, Understated, professional design
Cons: 4G in name only, Small amount of storage, Motorola skin
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.
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.
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.
Conclusion: O Motorola Atrix ainda é uma idéia à frente do seu tempo. Mas, se você fizer o tipo geek, vai se divertir com esse telefone 4G que, combinado com os acessórios corretos, se transforma em outros dispositivos.
Pros: Tela atrativa e brilhante. Câmera poderosa e gravação de vídeo em 1080p. Bateria de longa duração.
Cons: Modo webtop lento. Mudanças realizadas pela motorola causam mais distração que aprimoramento no sistema Android. Ainda tem alguns bugs.