Summary: First the phone came MotoBlur locked which required it to be unlocked by doing a total reset. The phone has a nice display but I find the phone to be actually - user unfriendly. I bought two of these and both are the same way. You have to swipe multiple times to get it to move and and when a phone call is done you have to hit end call multiple times. A lot of small problems but they do add up to where you probably should go to a better phone.
Summary: I'll start by saying, I L.O.V.E. my ATRIX and all the accessories I purchased for it just over two years ago. It's size, fingerprint reader (keeps my son off of it!), removable battery, and responsiveness are perfect for me. I also have three docks and a couple carrying cases that allow me to use my phone in every way I need to.
Summary: I've been chomping at the bit to write this review. There is some confusion regarding the Atrix 2 phones sold by this vendor and I'm writing this review to clear up some of the confusion. The Atrix 2 phones sold by this vendor are phones from a variety of international sources. This is very common in the discounted cell phone market, but there are a few things you should know before taking the leap and purchasing one of them.
Summary: i purchase this phone on November and its been two months now, first of all the battery does not lost long, it hold power for just a day, now the phone is starting to freeze alot, i thought i was getting a really good phone since on of my friends has one and that is how i got love this phone but its seems i made a bad buy.
Summary: I did a lot of research before purchasing this Motorola Atrix phone. It had all of the features I was looking for. Unfortunately, I jhad to return it because after trying for 2 weeks...alomg with tech assistance from Motorola, I was unable to connect with Motorblur which is required to use all of the phone features.
Summary: Burned twice by Motorola. Time to move on to a different brand.
Pros: Smaller phone (which I like). Is not lightning fast but it is usable. No problem installing and using apps. Battery setting is maximum power savings I get through the day without a problem.
Cons: Motorola said that it would be upgraded to 4.0 and then changed there mind. This is the second Motorola phone I own that they did this. When introduced it was the flagship AT&T phone but has been sent to the wayside by Motorola. Stuck on 2.3.
Summary: This phone was planned to receive an Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwitch) system update in Q3 2012. This plan was cancelled just a few days ago, along with updates for two other Motorola handsets. Stay away from this, or any Moto product, until they learn to stick to what they say.