Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) is here, making your MOTOROLA ATRIX 2 more powerful than ever.
4G and 1GHz dual-core processor, with dual-channel RAM and advanced 3D graphics acceleration, provides up to two times faster processing power than single-core smartphones. You're always on, and you demand as much from your ATRIX 2. And, with a 1785mAh battery, you'll be on longer than the competition.
Capture every detail with its 8MP camera and 1080p HD video recorder, then show off the images crisp and clear on the amazing 4.3-inch display. More than 500,000 pixels on the ATRIX 2's monster 4.3-inch qHD display guarantee an incredibly sharp delivery of all your hi-res pictures and videos – no matter what the subject.
Motorola's music player connects you to your favorite artists and music news. Smart Auto Bass optimizes bass in real time, and, when using headphones, virtual surround sound delivers mind-blowing 3D stereo sound quality. And with the CrystalTalk™ Plus dual-mic system, hear and be heard in even the noisiest environments.
Take your ATRIX 2 to another dimension. Connect to an enabled accessory (sold separately), then watch webtop instantly launch on any full-size monitor or HDTV. Browse the web on a huge 60-inch screen, make a call, scan your folders or edit docs – all at the same time!
Don't let its fun side fool you. ATRIX 2 is a productivity powerhouse, with quick and easy access to corporate address information, calendar resources and conference dialing. Email is easier too, with the ability to filter, spell check, and view or download attachments in a snap.
Good, once you get beyond the inital setup
Pros: This is a great phone overall. Updated to ICS right away with no issues. It's faster than my Samsung that had the same specs, the UI is sleek and smooth. The GPS is probably the best I have ever seen. It even shows you a picture when you get close of your destination. Battery life is about average for a smart phone. I can get 1.5 days out of light use, 1 full day out of heavy use.
Cons: This phone was obviously not targeted to US buyers. The phones language was in Chinese initially and it took me a while to figure out how to get it to English. Then Chinese kept coming up when I'd try to text and what not so I had to go in and disable the Moto Chinese input and a couple other things. -1 egg. This phone was very hard to root because of it being an Asian retail ROM. Once I finally found the right information it was a snap - 1 egg. It gets laggy sometimes and I have to pull the battery. Welcome to the world of Android.
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Pros: Atrix 2 by Motorola has HSDPA 4G circuits and when on ATT GSM network will receive approx 21 Mbits per second download data.
Cons: The display is only 4.3 inches in this age of bigger displays but still very useful for all it does.
Other Thoughts: Also has a micro HDMI output jack. Use this to connect this phone to a HDTV with the proper cable also sold here on Newegg and at many other spots to watch Netflix or any other web content from this phone to your big TV.
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Maintains world's most powerful smartfone status
Pros: I wrote a review elsewhere, Original Atrix early this year 2011 was a hit, now to maintain its "most powerful smartfone" status Atrix gets updated with this Atrix2, but PLEASE NEWEGG - CORRECT THE TITLE. THIS IS OBVIOUSLY A 4G FONE!! Mistake is so awful that lots of uninformed people will actually believe this erfroneous title and not buy it because 3G. It is actually 4G, like its two main rivals - HTC Galaxy & iPhone. I prefer Atrix, Motorola traditionally makes better RF frontend b/c they themselves design/manufacture RF chips & chipsets unlike their rivals who buy from a 3d party. I had myself & others confirm on some remote beach in New York, even my old Moto Razor woulc connect a phone call whereal EVERY other fone was dropping calla due to long distance to Tower (antenna).
Cons: None comparing to competitors. Note that ALL smartfones on the market, whether Atrix, iPhone, HTC, or whatever, eat batteries fast. I actually designed and built (DIY) a Solar charger for trips into wilderness.
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