Review: Motorola Atrix 4G
The Atrix 4G's 5-megapixel shooter did a great job. Color representation was spot on, white balance was accurate, and it had no trouble performing well in both darker and brighter environments. You'll be pleased enough with the results to share them via Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa. The dual-LED flash is one of the few that actually works as it is supposed to. Using it indoors, the flash helped the Atrix 4G capture decent photographs of smiling faces.
The Atrix 4G can record video at 720p HD resolution at 24 frames per second (the same frame rate as movies.) The results are good. The Atrix 4G reacted well to drastic changes in lighting, it captured sharp and fine detail, and even when zoomed in it performed above par.
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