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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We go hands-on with "the world's most powerful smartphone," the Motorola Atrix 4G. The Atrix 4G packs killer hardware specs and Motorola's Motoblur interface on top of Android 2.2.
May 18, 2012
Motorola has provided an update to its support forum pages, outlining when some devices can expect to see the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. The RAZR and RAZR MAXX should see Android 4.0 during the second quarter, while the Atrix 2, Atrix 4G, Droid 4, and Bionic should see ICS during the third quarter.
Mar 22, 2012
AT&T today published a list of devices that it plans to update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the coming months. The devices include the LG Nitro; the Motorola Atrix and Atrix 4G; the Pantech Burst and Element; and the Samsung Captivate Glide, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II Skyrocket, and Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Jul 25, 2011
AT&T today announced that all of the Android handsets it has released in 2011 will receive the Android 2.3 Gingerbread system update. The Motorola Atrix 4G will receive Gingerbread starting today, and the HTC Inspire 4G will have access to Gingerbread in the coming weeks.
Jul 23, 2011
Motorola has made Android 2.3 Gingerbread available to the Atrix 4G, which is sold by AT&T. This update must be first downloaded to a microSD card and then installed on the Atrix from the card rather than downloaded over the air.