Summary: I put a lot of research into my first smartphone choice. I went with the Motorola Atrix. I loved everything about it but one day after a few months the wifi just stopped working and it was wracking up my data plan. AT&T told me there was no fix for the problem and they were no longer manufacturing the Atrix so they sent me an Atrix 2 as a replacement. Right away before I even turned it on I noticed several things I already didn't like about it.
Pros: wifi hasn't completely stopped working as it did on my atrix 4g. It gets the job done at the bare minimum.
Cons: Bulky, no fingerprint swiper, power button location, speaker location, various android software glitches, battery life.
Summary: I'm on my second phone in less than a year and I'd take this one back if I didn't now know that what I thought was a broken phone is in fact just an annoying phone model. I can often be heard yelling, "I hate my phone!
Pros: -bright clear screen, -8mp camera, -side camera button, -HD filming, -front side camera, -4G works great, -good clear sound, -expandable storage, -super fast
Cons: -BAD pic quality-Blurry dark grainy, -random lock of screen, -battery life out in day, -can't turn down media volume until in app.Can't turn down ringer when in app, - delay on button press, -hit phone hang up button 4 times, -app icons randomly disappear
Summary: This is my first Android phone. I started with the iPhone 3g, then 3Gs, and the iPhone 4 and 4s didn't seem like a different enough phone and no 4G so I tried the Atrix 4G. I was very happy with it for the first couple months. The Android interface was not as snappy as IOS but the phone's data speeds and interface were nice. The battery lasted at least a couple days between charges and I could stream netflix from about anywhere.
Summary: I bought the Atrix 2 4G two weeks ago after reading so many good reviews about it. Since then I had 2 major issues with it. I could not stay connect to the home wi-fi. I had to setup wi-fi several times before it start to work. Next I try to load some music files to the Micro SD card. But phone did not recognize the micro SD cards (2 different kinds).
Summary: Not sure if Flipkart.com is the best buying forum... The product though is good overall...Motorola Atrix 2 is a good phone - the multitasking, RAM mngmt, processing speeds, battery/power management, HD display, phone intelligence, typing is good... Able to download several apps on the SD Card & am still finding a lot of space on the device.
Summary: a2 need every 6 mnths to chngd its chrger......service centre are not easy to find......screen is also dul..yellow and camera qlty is like 5 mp .......go for htc one v...as ics out of the box...a2 users still have to wait for ics update and jellybeam already ancd......
Summary: i dont know why i choose this phone? its my badluck. but those are searching dont go on this reviews. Biggest flaw in this phone is, you pay 22000 Rs for phone and you cant even call also. I am facing lot of network issues with this phone. Initially i was using one of the best network i.e. Vodafone but when i insert this SIM into this phone...... NO NETWORK SIGNAL!!!!!!!!!!!! I chnage operator Vodafone to Loop Mobile.
Summary: This phone really sucks. First of all its Contrast ratio is pathetic. Camera it says is 8MP but picture quality is too bad. If you zoom it, you can see lot of pixelation. Cant take a picture with Zoom facility. Now about the Voice Quality. This phone has some internal Voice quality settings. Had voice issues from day 1. You can hear but either there is some echo or noise. Starting feeling some ear pressure problems in my ear. I dont know if others have faced this too.
Summary: the phone is good but there is serious issue with connectivity.The phone fails to keep packet data connection.I need to restart the phone again and again to get data connection available.I searched and found It is a well known atrix 2 flaw.The issue persists even in ICS.My Tata DoCoMo SIM works fine with my secondary galaxy y but with this it is almost impossible to remain connected.I can't recommend to those who rely on packet data.Wi-Fi works ok though.Other thing I...