Motorola Atrix 4G Reviews
The laptop dock is a decidedly cool (and pricey) feature, but the dual-core Motorola Atrix 4G has plenty to offer on its own.
It's finally here -- our Atrix 4G review! We know you've waited and wondered, and we've finally had enough time with the phone, laptop dock, HD / desktop dock, and all the accessories to give you a proper take on this utterly unique smartphone.
Sadly, it suffers from quite a bit of lag thatâ€™s (likely) brought on by Motorolaâ€™s MOTOBLUR user interface.Â Despite the sporadic speed issues, is it the phone to have this month?
The Motorola Atrix 4G is the latest high-end Android phone on AT&T's HSPA+ network, bringing a dual-core Tegra 2 powerhouse and Moto's unique WebTop experience along for the ride.
Welcome to the hat trick. This is the phone that won Best Device CES 2011 and is the only one in the world to have three docks out of the gate, one thatâ€™s two, for a television and to allow it to connect to the keyboard and a mouse and remote, and another thatâ€™s a full fledged laptop.
You have to be a pretty special device to win Best Device of CES, and this year Motorolaâ€™s ATRIX 4G took away the coveted crown.
The device is so powerful that it can power a laptop with full Firefox browser, and spit out 1080p video like itâ€™s nothing.
The Motorola Atrix isnâ€™t just a mobile phone handset, itâ€™s a story. Itâ€™s a story that draws into sharp contrast the convergence that has been going on in the mobile space for a number of years.
Motorola's Atrix 4G, the unique bleeding-edge superphone that can transform itself into a PC, shows how we'll likely be using our mobile devices in the year 2020.
This Tegra 2-powered Android smart phone and its innovative dock make it possible to leave the laptop at home.
Not only it is the first truly respectable offering from Motorolaâ€™s camp for AT&T, but itâ€™s gunning to position itself as the best smartphone device in its class amongst the carrierâ€™s lineup.