Excerpt: Aaron reviews AT&T's Motorola Atrix HD , Motorola's first device to ship with Ice Cream Sandwich. Available for $99.99 and packing 4G LTE connectivity, Atrix HD sports a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 4.5-inch HD (720p) display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, a 1,780 mAh...
Excerpt: Hey all you pre-apocalypse calender counters, If you believe that the world will still be turning after the dreaded and much anticipated end of the Mayan calender , then you are planning for Christmas 2012, and that means shopping for gifts.
Conclusion: Around last Fall I was thinking about biting on an upgrade. My contract was nearly up, and I wanted to feel good about extending it. I'd had an OG Droid and a few other phones in between; I'd even drifted to WebOS and BlackBerry. I looked over the options, and felt good about none of them.
Motorola Atrix HD review: Fast phone meets AT&T's zippy 4G LTE
30 August 2012
Excerpt: The new Motorola Atrix HD has AT&T 's speedy 4G LTE service along with the new Android 4 operating system, a slim profile and a gorgeous display. Everything looks outstanding on the Atrix's 4.5-inch screen.
Conclusion: Overall the Motorola Atrix HD is one of the better smartphones you can buy right now as I’ve seen it as low and $49 and AT&T lists it at $99. I recommend checking this phone out if you don’t want a phone with a lot of software modifications as this phone is the closest to a Nexus in terms of it’s...
Conclusion: Powerful internals, gorgeous screen, solidly built body, and a stock Android experience with just the right amount of modification -that's the Motorola Atrix HD in a nutshell. Motorola has addressed the issues of the smartphone's predecessors, thus creating one of the most complete Android packages...
Pros: Quad-band GSM and 3G support, Class 17 LTE network support, 21 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, 4.5" 16M-color LCD capacitive touchscreen with HD resolution (720 x 1280 pixels); Gorilla Glass; ColorBoost technology, Superb build quality; Kevlar coated, splash resistant body, Lightly customized And...
Cons: No dedicated camera button, 1780mAh battery and comparably short battery life, No FM radio, Dubious design - the AT&T logo at the bottom looks like a button, but it isn't, Non-user-replaceable battery
Summary: I have had the Motorola Atrix HD in my possession since early July , but since the Galaxy S3 launched at a similar time, it had to be put aside for a while. Now that things in the Android world have cooled off, it seemed like a great time to revisit the third edition of AT&T’s semi-successful Atrix...
Excerpt: Motorola has been in the Android game since very near the beginning. Their products have been on every carrier, in various shapes and sizes. Their last runaway success, the Motorola Droid , was the result of intensive marketing and an opening in the smartphone ecosystem that needed to be filled.
AT&T Motorola Atrix HD user review – has the sleeping giant awakened?
30 July 2012
Conclusion: Motorola Atrix HD is no gem but on the bright side, AT&T only sells it for $99.99 on a two-year contract. It’s a bargain at this price but you’ll have to put up with its pitfalls like poor battery life and bland camera. In any case, Motorola hasn’t awakened from its deep slumber.