Review: Motorola Atrix HD for AT&T
The Atrix HD is a solid effort from Motorola that I can't really knock for too many reasons. I would say battery life is the only real negative about the Atrix, as the battery barely makes it to dinner when used in 4G coverage areas. Also, the Atrix's lack of compatibility with Motorola's Lapdock accessories may be off-putting to some.
Aside from those, the hardware is solid, the call and network performance top-notch, and the communications tools varied enough that you have no reason to ignore so-and-so's recent communique. The Atrix's media powers are also strong. It has an excellent camera and video camera, and music and video playback were enjoyable thanks to good sound quality and the beautiful display.
Throw in the $99 price point and Motorola has a contender on its hands. It may lack the sex appeal of the RAZR and the battery life of the RAZR MAXX, but it is hands-down the best version of the Atrix yet.
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