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21st October 2014
We take Moto's latest for a spin.
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Big G’s new phablet revealed.
10th October 2014 – 1 comment
‘Shamu’ handset landing earlier than expected.
2nd October 2014
Does a bigger screen, dual SIM and a low price add up to a great budget phone? Joe Svetlik finds out.
2nd October 2014
Motorola-manufactured phablet seen on daily commute.
8th September 2014
Fewer handsets returned thanks to customisation program.
Searching for a smartphone with masses of power and a great choice of apps? Then it might just want to say hello to the Android powered Motorola Atrix. With a gorgeous four-inch qHD screen, it's brilliant for browsing and enjoying media on the go. And its high-end processor means you'll be able to multi-task and flip through menus at super fast speeds.
It's often said that owning a modern-day smartphone is like having a computer in the palm of your hand. But never has that been more the case than it is with the brilliant Motorola Atrix. That's due in part to the powerful 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor it features that means it runs super smoothly even when you've got multiple apps open at once, allowing you to get more done with your time.
But also adding to its pocket PC credentials is the option to plug it into a dock to turn it into a netbook. Alternatively, you can choose from some other great accessories that effectively change your handset into a sat-nav device or even a handy media centre.
But if you just want to use it as a phone, that's okay too. Because this really is among the best Android phones around. Thanks in no small part to its expansive four-inch high-res qHD pentile display that offers pin-sharp video images and makes web browsing a real pleasure.
And there's more. The Atrix is also home to an five megapixel, rear-mounted camera that records video in rich high definition and a secondary snapper for video calling, to bring all your nearest and dearest closer than ever.
Other features of the Atrix include a fingerprint reader for extra security, A-GPS and Google Maps for easy route-finding, 16GB of storage with microSD card support to boost this by a further 32GB, pre-installed Google apps such as GMail and YouTube and a choice of tens of thousands more applications and games from the Android Market.