Pros and cons of Motorola ATRIX

The Motorola ATRIX features a high-resolution (540 x 960) 4″ display and runs on Google Android 2.2 (Froyo). Motorola ATRIX is one of those phones that infrequently make an appearance but that push the envelope of smartphone technology to a new level. This is combined with Motorola┬┤s Motoblur interface which provides superb social networking integration.

The screen allows for multitouch input and comes with Gorilla Glass, while an accelerometer provides auto-rotation of the interface.

The ATRIX supports the playback of 1080p HD videos and also comes with excellent music support.ATRIX comes with 16GB internal and a further 32GB available through microSD.

The ATRIX is one such phone to make use of the Tegra 2 (effectively twice as fast as the Snapdragon) and also comes with 1GB RAM. This processing power is what provides it with the capacity to operate almost like a desktop computer complete with its own file manager and windowed interface.

The ATRIX has the potential to be operated as a PC or laptop. There are two docking stations that are available for the ATRIX including the multimedia dock and the laptop dock.

The ATRIX has a pretty decent 5 megapixel camera with 720p HD video support. This has various software features including geo-tagging and comes with an LED flash.

Features of Motorola ATRIX:

  • Superb social networking integration
  • Google Android 2.2 (Froyo)
  • High-resolution (540 x 960) 4″ display
  • Supports the playback of 1080p HD videos
  • Tegra 2 with 1GB RAM
  • Multi-touch input and comes with Gorilla Glass
  • ATRIX has the potential to be operated as a PC or laptop
  • 5 mega-pixel camera with 720p HD video support