Reviews and Problems with Motorola Atrix 2 / ME865 / MB865
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Not worth the money
JessAOII, Wireless AT&T
19 May 2012
Summary: Bought this case at my local AT&T store in December, and by March, the silicone is separating from the plastic shell. Now, in May, I'm needing to buy a new case. I am not a super rugged, outdoors person. My phone lives on my desk most of the day. I think I will try an Otterbox this time.
Excerpt: I lost my OG Atrix and it was the best phone i ever had. When i got a replacement phone i recieved the Atrix 2. At first i was dissapointed because it has a lower memory and the fingerprint scanner is gone. But, turns out i wasnt gonna use all that memory. The phone is fast. 'i notice very little lag. The display is also a huge improvement over the OG Atrix (eve though i used to think it was a big deal. And speeds are super fast, i've gotten speeds as high as 16mbps.
"Awesome Smartphone. Easy to use. Loaded with features."
18 April 2012
Pros: Nice form factor. 4G Speeds. Responsive touch screen. Easy to remove back cover. Excellent looking screen. Android OS. Affordable price. Can disable automatic internet data access to avoid updates.
Cons: If unit goes to sleep mode, you have to always press the Power button to wake up the phone. Not much accessories available at AT&T.
Summary: I loove my case. I was drawn to this case because of the colors and I was told it was the cheaper version of an Otterbox. They were right. I have dropped my phone on the ground and on carpet and no harm has come to it. It would have been 5 stars but I've only had it for about a month or so and the volume keys are starting to tear off. I'm assuming it's from being put into my pocket but it'd still be nice if it was a firmer rubber.
Pros: colors , protects well
Cons: buttons peeling , adds a little bulkiness not much
Excerpt: Solid phone with top-shelf specifications for an excellent price. The camera can give iffy quality at times and the styling is a little generic, but for those looking for a good workhorse phone and is on a budget, this is the best choice.
Excerpt: BEWARE! There is really NO WARRANTY on this phone: The Motorola warranty does not cover "physical damage" and Motorola defines even scratches on the phone as "physical damage" and as "evidence" of "trauma." (!) They then use this "physical damage" as an excuse to void the warranty and NOT to repair the real problem, which is that the WiFi suddenly stops working after a few months. (Just Google "Atrix WiFi will not turn on.