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Motorola ATRIX Dual Core Sim Free Smartphone


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  • 4" Qhd Touchscreen with toughend Gorilla Glass
  • Supports Adobe Flash enabled web pages for access to more of the web
  • Consolidates contacts, messages, social messages and more in easy to find MOTOBLUR Widgets
  • 1GHZ Dual Core Processor for more power and speed
  • Unlock the phone quickly and securely with the inbuilt fingerprint scanner

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: TEL-PDA-00226
  • ASIN: B005661PRU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 Jun 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,435 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Motorola ATRIX Dual Core Sim Free Smartphone

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Pommiecouple on 15 Aug 2011
I have had my phone for 3 days now and I cant keep off it ,it fast ,smooth and the keyboard kit is ace

The comments on the sim read is due to not reading the manual - few simple presses and its done

The phone does what it says on the tin,and better,well done Motorola - keep these excellant phones coming

Very much recommended - and the battery life is a easy 12 hours -same as most other phones in the real world
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By don on 8 Sep 2011
this phone does what it says i run my own buisness and this phone is superb when im on the road i can access my server (snology diskstaion) through the apps and do everything i can do on a computer (word spreadsheets presentations and soon my accounts new sage 2012 programe is comming and there is an app coming out for android phones for the full operation of sage) the operating system is very fast easy access to my contacts and there status i have also purchased the lapdock which is a great addition i now its expensive for what it is but for buisness its a great tool no need to carry a laptop any more and when you connect the phone no need to wait for the laptop to start up no need to go into finer detail because all new phones do the just about the same thing apps email contact internet cameras etc etc as a buisness user this phone is spot on other phones in the house hold are blackberry curve 8520 and iphone 4 both good phones but the atrix has the edge in ease of use and the lapdock is a touch of genius
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 12 Mar 2012
Long term owwner of many Motorola products right back to the Star-Tac, did I admit that?

This replaced my Motorola Defy, which although not nearly as tough as they said, I dearly loved. It did have a few minor faults, albeit oddly appeared after it took a knock it did not recover from (well the screen did not as everything else worked fine ... errr including the screen).

Enter stage left the Motorola Atrix which is the phone they launched a couple of months after I purchased my Defy that had me crying into my cornflakes! For a phone that is a year old it is still fairly capable. Mine updated to Gingerbread immediately upon turning it on.

The screen is bigger than the Defy's, though only 0.25 inch it seems bigger, and very nice though not quite as sharp as the Defys and not an Amoled Screen either. Still I am not complaining right now and as only the Motorola Razr Maxx and the Samsung Galaxy 3 are of ny interest to me and some months from coming out anyway I am more than happy with this at the price, though mine was £350 and not from Amazon quite unfortunately.

Also you have the finger print reader too which doubles up as the power button, sadly missing on the Atrix 2!! Now why they removed that I do not know, though I must admit swiping your finger over the reader while holding the phone with one hand is somewhat awkward, though NOT impossible. It works extremely well too and if you swipe half hearted with the correct finger it will NOT unlock. SO the security is satisfying, certainly for me, and will no doubt have a wow factor.

Now a wow factor on a phone that was launched over a year ago? Now that is something I am pleased to say that Motorola started getting back into, well for two models anyway.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 2 Feb 2012
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After doing my research and visiting complaints forums, I didnt find any glaring or constant issue presented that should scrae me away from this phone, the specs are very impressive: [...]
and above all the processor has turned out to be everything i hoped it would be... for playing movies its fantastic and has a screen that is delightfull. Games have a perfect frame rate, and load fast... mobile data is also very fast on this handset... Compared with other handsets include my old iphone 4 watching video streams is so quick on either mobile or wifi.
Seriously recommmend this phone,

Fingerprint lock is a very nice touch but dont worry its not mandatory but is a great extra and it works well.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Billy on 21 Dec 2011
I've had this phone for just over three months now, so I can really give a fair and balanced opinion of it now as opposed to writing a review after a few hours.
I was initially sceptical about this phone, the Atrix name certainly doesn't carry the gravitas of the iPhone or a HTC, but the reviews looked positive so I decided to invest. The screen is exceptional, much higher quality than other smartphones I have seen and possibly one of the most important things for potential buyers, if you're planning to watch a lot of videos or viewing pictures, the Atrix will allow you to do so in high quality. I much prefer android to apple so that is another positive for me, I know this is an argument many get into but as somebody who has used both I find Android better, so another string to the Atrix's bow.
In general, it's a great phone but as always there's a few snags. The case is not as sturdy as other phones, with a plain plastic back it's not particularly smart nor does it feel particularly sturdy, I'd recommend purchasing a case. One of the main selling points, the fingerprint sensor, is a neat idea but can be a little bit tricky and there's certainly a knack to getting it right, which can be a little frustrating but there's always the pass code if you don't feel keen on swiping your way in. The battery is not amazing, but as long as you're not draining it on games and watching TV programmes it should last long enough between charges. Finally, the music player is not amazing, software wise, but I downloaded the free spotify app and it's worked fantastically. All in all, I'd recommend this phone to pretty much anybody.
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