The Motorola Atrix 4G is a genuine powerhouse candybar smartphone with specs that set some new highs for the industry.
The Atrix features a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen generating a dense 540 x 960 pixel resolution. Add a monster dual-core Tegra 2 processor (that's two 1GB processors!), enormous 1930mAh battery, and a full GB of RAM, and this device quickly begins to look less like a phone and more like a true mobile computer.
Running on the Android 2.2 OS, the Atrix features a 5MP camera with a suite of photo effects, a second, 0.3MP VGA camera, video calling, video playback, and native support for Facebook, MySpace, Picasa and Twitter.
The Atrix also offers GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm headset jack, HDMI, and memory expansion up to 32 GB via microSD and microSDHC.
With a talk time of up to an impressive 8.8 hours and a standby time of up to 250 hours, the Motorola Atrix 4G packs crazy power and top tier features into a small and handsome profile.
What the Critics Are Saying...
- GSMArena Team, GSMArena
The Motorola ATRIX 4G is the first dual-core smartphone in the Motorola line-up. It’s also the first to flaunt a qHD touchscreen. That’s as solid as credentials get. Add the fact it’s the first handset for Motorola to support the fast HSDPA+ network (hence the 4G moniker) and you&r...
- Sandy Berger, Hardware Secrets
The Atrix is a top-notch phone with a speedy processor. It handled everything we threw at it, including games, without any hesitations. With the Gingerbread operating system, the Atrix may well be the jack-of-all-trades that does many things and actually does them all well. The USD 100 price point w...
- Romain Thuret , Digital Versus
A couple of niggling worries—mostly a question of taste—and some expensive accessories can't take away from the excellent experience offered by the Atrix. It gets the very best out of Nvidia's Tegra 2 processor and has a battery to match. It's a must-have for Android fans while new users will be at...
- Stuff Team, Stuff
While we applaud the concept and the fact that Motorola has actually followed through with a final product, sadly it doesn't really come off. Physically, it's not the most elegant solution, and once you are set up with the Lapdock you'll probably be left wondering why you didn't just use a netbook i...
- Chris Hall, Pocket-lint
We’ve covered a lot of ground in this review of the Motorola Atrix. Many of the features that make the Atrix distinct are rolled into the accessory docks so it seems fair to cover those at the same time. As a phone then we feel that there are other devices that offer more excitement. Motob...
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Motorola backs up the ATRIX 4G with a 1 Year parts & labour warranty.
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Manuals / User Guides
- Motorola ATRIX 4G Manual (PDF)
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