I want this phone for one major reason. The battery capacity. Up until now, no other manufacturer of an Android phone has offered anything above 1500mAh and that is just not enough. With the power and features of these phones I love to use it to read news, collect email (push from Exchange) and business expenses etc etc. I have a Desire HD right now. What a great phone but the battery capacity sucks. With the Atrix I will have similar or better spec but with a much better battery life. I could easily live with the likes of my Desire HD being 2 times the thickness just to get at least 3 times the battery capacity. If someone invents a replacement battery that somehow plugs into the rear (not easy being unibody) I will be first to buy it.
I see Atrix and Atrix 4G on this site, can anyone clarify for me what the difference is? if any
Since this has Android 2.2 , will it work as a hotspot and be able to share its internet on a wifi network.
Does this phone really play Divx or xVid? Anyone here know? The divx site do not list this phone as a certified divx phone.
Wake up people AT&T do not update Android phones period so don't hold your breath for anything pass 1.6 us Dell Streak owners went thu the update in 2 weeks lye for months I caution anyone looking into a Android phone not to deal with AT&T or you'll be stuck with an outdated P. O. S even the manufacturers are playing this no update game I recently red an article witch got some inside info from some one inside Tmobile saying that Tmobile had an update ready for months for the Vibrant but Samsung would not let them release it b/c they didn't want to hurt sales of the new Vibrate eventhough when updated the old Vibrant would have the same capability as the new this is the mess Google has left us with Google gave us former IPhone user FREEDOM but they have us at the mercy of these huge cooperations who's attitude is "why update after we have their $ if they want the new O.S let em buy a new phone sad but true"
dear motorola team
ple update to 2.3 which are available in india currently
Mobilemaster, 19 Feb 2011I didn't really get it. The Atrix has 2 OSes or what?Once the atrix get dock on the Laptop dock, the Laptop dock start the customize Linux OS which all the dock to read the Atrix inside. This allows you to make the call and receive, edit document, picture and so on through some application you find on the dock base on Linux. And the Fire Fox full browser allows you to enjoy the full in ternet contains web brownsing. Note the the dock got it own batterie.
Actually, the Atrix Laptop dock doesn't take the full computer advantage but we may see a progress on the next generation of Moto Atrix.
Motorola is talking about the lates version of motoblur,which will bring new location,messaging,music,and gallerery features.
Connected Music is a sharing and discovery tool for music that will let you share content with your friends ,or find out what they are listening to. It will provide relevant song suggestion and let you purchase songs inside the app. To top it all of it will stream lyrics while songs are playing,so you'll be ready for that big date at the karaoke bar.
Connected Gallery will aggregate pictures and videos from social networking and photo sites like Facebook;Flickr,Picasa and Photobucket. It can also alert you when a friend has uploaded new content or when someone has commented on one of your photos.
Aloqa, this is a location-bassed mobile push platform that allows third-party applications to offer users with information about events,places,deals and so forth through channels bassed on their current location.This is an opt-in service,so you can enable it only when you feel like doing so...
Motorola Mobility is in talk with European carriers for a big promotiomal deal but nothing has been signed yet and far from anything subtantial,but Moto does expect to be back in Europe in a bigger way in second half.
It looks like a cool
Phone It arrived to my store today haven't had time to play with it.. But the specs seem cool but I do agree the accessories for it are pretty pricey ... The finger print spot is pretty tight .. That's where you also turn the phone off and on.. It's on topp middle of the phone in the back... I'll play with it tomorrow and see if is worth it.. :p
Motorola Mobility is in talks with European carriers for a big promotional deal but nothing has been signed yet and they far from anything subtantial,but Moto Mobility does expect to be back in Europe in a bigger way in second half.
I cant wait to buy this phone
Everything is great
1080p video playback!!!!!!!1080p video recording!?!?!?!!?!?!
I wonder where the finger print recognition is??!?!?!?!?!?!
It would be better if it had gingerbread not froyo
But still the best
I will not touch any Samsung phone because they refuse to put the most basic & essential LED Notification light. There screens are the best but that is it, every samsung I have had the GPS takes forever compared to other manufactures to connect.
A 4" screen is the maximum for me any bigger is just like having a small tablet, so any bigger then no thanks, so Sansung no thank you, I love Motorola & HTC, but HTC's new phone this year have no real improvement for me to upgrade from my Desire so Hello Moto Atrix.
What a shame. The Antrix has so much potential to live up but fails hard on execution. Computer and media dock are great concept but also way overpriced. In US, if you get a computer dock you need to pay for tethering plan which is also very expensive. Even worst, once docked the performance of the Antrix on the computer dock is very poor; everything seems laggy, Firefox is slow (which is strange, why did it come with Firefox instead of google Chrome?)and the touchpad is only recognize a single tap only (yes, no pinch zoom or scroll-down like you normally find in general touchpad). Media dock is cool but you have to buy an extra bluetooth remote and, honestly, isn't it easier to just connect your phone and a monitor with HDMI to do exactly the same task? Why pay extra for an expensive dock?
The phone itself is very good, but the accessories suck, which is sad since Motorola seems to emphasis on those peripherals as a selling point.