Excerpt: The Phone is pretty good. Sometimes it is great, but the battery can drain really fast, which is not good. My camera on my replacement Atrix HD is not very good. My Atrix HD camera can NOT hold a candle to my wife's HTC One (That phone has a great camera). But the Atrix HD does have really good reception and Very good Call quality; any cell phone that can't achieve a 9 or higher in that category should kick itself in the gut and call itself a "Nano Tablet".
Summary: I've had a 3GS and Lumia 920. After shattering the 920's digitizer, I bought the MB886 because it was about the same price as a 920 repair. I inserted the AT&T SIM from the 920 into the MB886 and it cranked right up. I like Jelly Bean. It is my first Android experience. However, it's not as flashy as Live Tiles. The MB886 screen is large and clear and the phone is light compared to the 920. The MB886 uses allot of battery.
Excerpt: I am a long standing Moto fan, so when my son had to warrenty out his Sony Experia TL and they had none to replace it with, we lept onto the Atrix HD when offered in t's place. No, the battery life is not as bad as some will claim. Yes, it is not as good as some other smart phones. But the screen is great, call quality is good (a true step back from Sony, which has about the best call quality of any manufacturer), and the performance is very dependable.
Summary: The phone is fast, with an excellent screen, certainly better than my old iPhone 4. The camera is not very good, in particular it has problems focusing inside, even with normal room lighting. Overall an excellent phone, if you are primarily looking for a phone/surfing machine. If you are looking for a camera, I would look elsewhere (maybe even for an actual camera!).
Excerpt: They should have went more Razr Maxx style. Some of the design of this just felt cheap. Poor battery and hardware freezes/lockups got annoying fast. Motorola has the quality they just don't know how to apply it and use it properly. They seem to give Verizon the better phones and ATT just gets left overs. For one of the few remaining American companies I expected more.