The unit is very good, but the battery is terrible. Without using the phone, the battery reaches 60%. I hope the next updates, things improve.
Planning to get this phone from US to india. so would like to know the (Unlocked or carrier free or sim free)version, cost of this phone as well the laptop dock.Any currency is fine. Thanks in advance
Motorola CEO: “We will be one of the first to get to gingerbread.
AnonD-2205, 21 Feb 2011Compatable with launcher pro, or is that something AT&T is blocking?LauncherPro works fine on the Atrix. It doesn't even require rooting. I am using it as my default launcher, and with the setting to hide the notification bar enabled, my widget grid is 4 columns wide and 7 rows long, with all widgets displayed perfectly and with no distortion.
Love that 960x540 screen! The only compromise is that it's not Super AMOLED, which will only bother people that have used phones with that display technology before and appreciated the deep blacks and vibrant colors like I did. Not to say the LCD is bad (it kicks the pants off the BACKFLIP), I just think Super AMOLED is a superior screen technology.
The criticisms you've been hearing are about the Atrix's encrypted bootloader, which only prevents loading custom kernels, which is basically speaking a different OS.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2011I love the phone.... minus battery life. unfortunatly, mine lasts 5.5 hours on standby and se... moreI also had battery issues the first day, but they went away after the first full charge. Make sure no programs are eating your battery up, reboot to be sure if you think your battery is dropping faster than it should. I use my Atrix a lot and get 17 hours of use according to my "Battery Left" widget (usually very accurate)
AnonD-2629, 27 Feb 2011Heyyy you are using this phone please tell me how is mp3 audio quality and also the camera it ... moreI have owned the Atrix since Feb 22. I am very impressed with the built-in music player, it is very polished and much better than the stock Android player (another plus for Motoblur). It even pauses the music automatically when you pull out your headphones. Music quality is as clear as can be as far as I can tell. I like using the music app better than using Grooveshark Mobile, which I used to use a lot for streaming music. Nothing like having actual MP3s on a device.
The camera quality is good, but I haven't loaded any pics on the PC yet for a closer look, so it's hard to say for sure. The camera has auto-focus, but no touch-to-focus like the Galaxy S had. It only autofocuses once you press the 'take picture' button, then immediately saves the picture.
PHIL, 28 Feb 2011ppl who have atrix, it comes with 16gb internal memory, what is your free space left on the me... moreFirst, the data amount specified on internal memory is always rounded up, not exact, this is common with all flash memory and external HD drives too. Second, I think a lot of memory is reserved for OS firmware, as well as the Webtop interface.
PHIL, 28 Feb 2011ppl who have atrix, it comes with 16gb internal memory, what is your free space left on the me... more2Gb for apps some space, Android itself takes some space plus all install media such as wallpapers etc. Plus some scape left for back up
PHIL, 28 Feb 2011ppl who have atrix, it comes with 16gb internal memory, what is your free space left on the me... moreSome of the storage goes to the android os and some to the moto blur ui, but I think most of it is for the webtop os that you can use with the laptop dock and also the entertainment app as well.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2011I love the phone.... minus battery life. unfortunatly, mine lasts 5.5 hours on standby and se... moreall batteries are designed to last more than 12hours on average use!! it all depends on how u use it.
gps, wifi, background data, will drain your battery in a heart beat. turn it off when u don't use them
ppl who have atrix, it comes with 16gb internal memory, what is your free space left on the memory, mine said 10gb free, where are the 6gb go?
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2011I love the phone.... minus battery life. unfortunatly, mine lasts 5.5 hours on standby and se... moreHeyyy you are using this phone please tell me how is mp3 audio quality and also the camera it is just 5mpx how doest it capture pics is it clear???
I have a doubt, would this phone work with other network providers too(other than AT&T), in other countries too... please reply, just today I saw they have changed the caption in gsm arena as For AT&T
i would like to invite keen attention of global motorola mobile manufacture administration and congratulate you on the eve of atrix-4g smart phone lunch hour.however,acctually,iam man hunting for advanced sophisticated smart mobile or tablet having wide screen 15inches by11inches with in built memory having one tetra bytes(1000gb) and expandable upto 100tetra byte(one lakh gbs memory) and 50gb ram ,gprs,internet,to replce with the present lap-taps for hand usage with 4g fecility ie.,vedio calling,vdeio masage,voice translator,global languages dictionary ,world timer on moving globe emblem depicting all countries local time with day and night and sattilite radio,global tv.,along with pre recorded in stored old gold film songs and movies from 1930-1990 (one lakh no's songs and 50,000 no's movies apprx.,) including talk time six months and stand by time one year, Camera Primary 5 MP, 30000х20000 pixels, autofocus, LED flash for official and personal entertainment purpose while travel movings across the globe.i desired to glance the smart phone early 2012next in global markets around the world.please do direct your research team to creat a new soft for the new generation phone and oblige.
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No 4g yet. Its a sham at the moment. For all who have this they are getting horrible 3g spee ds. Specs are great but its data speeds are capped. Something to look into.
Motorola ATRIX 4G Unboxing
Needless to say that there is a lot at stake when you’ve been given the prestigious title of being “the world’s most powerful smartphone,” but it would seem that the Motorola ATRIX 4G is up for the challenge. Not only is it packing some impressive hardware under the hood, such as its NVIDIA Tegra2 1GHz dual-core processor, but it’s actually the first respectable high-end Android powered device from Motorola that’s gracing AT&T’s so-so lineup. Having the opportunity of quickly checking out the device back at CES, we’re naturally excited about experiencing all that the Motorola ATRIX 4G has to offer.
The handset’s packaging is pretty typical of any other device on AT&T’s lineup – which is prettied up by the usual orange and white colors associated with the carrier. And even though it comes packaged along with the usual crop of accessories, like its microUSB cable and wall charger, we’re enthralled to find a large 1930 mAh battery and microHDMI cable included. The latter of which is definitely more appreciative since it’s very rare to find manufacturers throwing it in with all the usual assortments.
Quickly going over some of its specs, the Motorola ATRIX 4G features a 4” qHD (540 x 960) capacitive touchscreen, 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with dual-LED flash, 0.3-megapixel VGA front facing camera, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, aGPS, and a nifty finger print scanner. Additionally, it presents to us the latest customized MOTOBLUR experience running on top of Android 2.2 Froyo.
Overlooking its long listing of impressive hardware, the other unique thing about the Motorola ATRIX 4G is the additional functionality it has to offer when it’s combined together with a separate laptop dock or connected to a high definition television set via its HDMI cable. In fact, it would perfectly blend the two product segments together to offer a whole new experience that we have yet to witness before. We’ll surely take it through the usual process, so expect our in-depth review shortly!