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Motorola Outs the Kevlar-Lined Atrix HD with 4.5-Inch Display

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Jul 5, 2012, 1:14 PM

Kevlar is a Gimmick

Everybody hears kevlar, and they instantly think MY PHONE IS BULLETPROOF OMG!!!


Kevlar used to mean something, these days, when I hear it being included in the linkes of Cellular phones, thats just ridiculous.

I don't see Sonim advertising they put kevlar in any of their phones, but I bet just about any Sonim phone is tougher than this one is.
I don't think they are indicating that you can shoot it with a gun. Just that it's not going to shatter when it hits the ground, as an iPhone does.
There's no such thing as 'bulletproof' anyway, it's just a question of how big a bullet is required to pierce it. And Kevlar can't deflect a straight shot anyway......

But I seriously doubt anyone is going to firing bullets at their phone because ...

Jul 5, 2012, 10:17 AM

Hit or miss?

Size looks good, not too big like the S III might be. The only thing that has me worried is the battery and the fact you still need a media dock to see the display on the TV. Hopefully I've just miss understood that and it won't HAVE to have the dock.
Yeah after the Razr Maxx with the Excellent battery, anything less might be a failure. And I'd love to see one with a physical keyboard as well, like the Droid 4.

Add some great stereo speakers, and maybe offer Jelly Bean 4.1 version of Android, an...

Jul 5, 2012, 2:40 PM


this thing looks amazing!! Very Happy
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