Motorola Atrix 2 Shows Up Again In New Leaked Pics

Seems like smartphones are advancing so fast these days it’s only about 6 months before we see a sequel. Take these fresh-off-the internet pics of the Motorola Atrix 2 codenamed “Edison.” The device showed up a few weeks back on a Chinese blog but now, the device looks is looking a whole lot more official.

In a stunning turn of events, the device is rumored to NOT be compatible with AT&T’s new LTE network. Yikes. Of course, you can still look forward to a dual-core processor though we’re not sure on the manufacturer (most likely TI’s OMAP). Also on board is the pictured 8MP camera capable of 1080p HD video recording and the Atrix 2 will be running Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. The device should be here just in time for Thanksgiving but we’ll see how that pans out.

[Via BGR]

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  • meta96

    … is there a camera button? hell, yes!

  • Drayon

    Looks a little like the sensation, and I like it :)

    • G P

      Yeah it does…. just a cheap feeling, plastic version of an HTC….. do yourself a favor and wait for the Nexus.

      • Drayon

        I never said I want to have the phone :p
        I just said i really like the design. And yes, I’m waiting for the Next Nexus

  • dubs_1

    um, this will not have LTE chris…

    • Chris Chavez

      Oh shiet. You’re right! Didn’t see the “not” :/

      I can’t believe… why wouldn’t they…. that’s terrible :O

  • Christopher Seavey

    It is a great injustice in the world that we have pics of this and not even a blurry shot of the Nexus. :|

    • endone

      exactly what i was thinking!

  • DadzBoyz

    Is that a pentile screen? FAIL!

  • Robb Nunya

    Will it fit in the existing dock? That would be uncommonly sensible.

  • Sean76

    No LTE….major fail!

  • Ben Kapferer

    So, with no LTE, a dual-core processor (which I assume has the same or more power than the Atrix 1), and still an 8MP camera, what is the point of this?

  • Omer Subhani

    I have the original Atrix, and this sounds retarded to me. How can this phone not have LTE? They updated the phone with a slightly faster processor and a slightly better camera. Big whoop.

    • schitzengigles10

      seconded…from another atrix owner. not only have they barely bumped the stats, but they castrated off the fingerprint scanner

      • iljm83

        ack!! really?? no fingerprint scanner?? I know a lot of people probably think that’s a gimmicky feature but I absolutely adore it.

  • godrilla

    Just switch to verizon already lol,

  • Carlos

    look next to the signal strength indicator, it has a 4g symbol, not the H+ symbol, like all HSPA+(HSDPA+) devices. maybe this is there 4g lte symbol for smarthphones, or a new H+ symbol. I have a feeling its LTE. If you look at the leaked pictures of the holiday which is supose to be a LTE device, it has the same 4g logo next to the signal strength indicator, it look blurry, but if you focus they look the same.

    Here is a link to the holiday leaked photos:​/More-pictures-of-the-HTC-Holiday-appear-handset-expected-to-be-AT-Ts-first-LTE-handset_id21611

  • Joe

    Does anyone care about this? Or more importantly, do Android users really care about AT&T phones? Here in western PA the only AT&T subscribers seem to be asshole users.

  • http://phandroid deh2002

    @Joe, i happen to live in Pittsburgh and am an att user so my question is why does that make me an ahole user? I guess i really don’t understand why everyone hates att? I’ve been a happy customer for close to 12 year’s now. So until someone comes up with factual legitimate reasons as to why att sucks so badly I will just stick with them and ignore the remarks of people like yourself.

  • CharlieTX

    Am a current Atrix owner, and unless they get rid of MotoBlur and add LTE, I would not go for it nor recommend it to anyone else.

  • InspectorGadget80

    No LTE NO FINGER Swipe sensor ill pass. Im still enjoying my Atrix but the only thing i like bout the new one it have full HD1080P with 8mpto camera only difference