The Motorola Atrix is available for purchase at AT&T's online retail store for a penny under the $100 range. The successor to Moto's dual-core pioneer will set you back $99 on a two-year contract with a data plan.
The Atrix 2 was announced for AT&T a week ago and features a 1GHz Tegra 2 processor inside, which doesn't offer anything more than the one in the previous model, but ups the ante with a 1080p-capable 8 MP snapper on the back. The phone will also feature AT&T's HSPA+ connectivity, which is about as fast as 3G can go right now.
The Atrix 2 also offers a bigger 4.3" qHD (540x960) capacitive display and 8 gigs of internal storage. Android 2.3 comes preinstalled.
Just got my wife one
Sillies, it's the same phone with a bigger screen, less internal memory, and fewer features. Total waste, get the original and get your money's worth.