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Motorola Atrix SM3013AW2R8 Black smartphone

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Long product name Motorola Atrix SM3013AW2R8 Black smartphone :
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Atrix - Android 2.2 (FroYo), 16 GB, bluetooth
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Motorola Atrix SM3013AW2R8, 10.2 cm (4"), 960 x 540 pixels, 1 GHz, Android, 2.2 Froyo, Black
Long summary description Motorola Atrix SM3013AW2R8 Black smartphone :

Motorola Atrix SM3013AW2R8. Display diagonal: 10.2 cm (4"), Display resolution: 960 x 540 pixels. Processor frequency: 1 GHz. 3G. Operating system installed: Android, Operating system version: 2.2 Froyo. Battery capacity: 1930 mAh. Colour of product: Black. Weight: 135 g

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2012-02-01
Testseek has collected 80 expert reviews for Motorola Atrix SM3013AW2R8 Svart smartphone and the average expert rating is 80 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
80%
Source Review comments Score
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
Having now had the opportunity to properly test out the ATRIX, including the range of accessories that sets this handset apart from the competition, it is now possible to conclude the review of this rather innovative smartphone.Even though the exterior lo...
100%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-09-16
Your contacts are in good hands on the Atrix, which brings them all together in one place, whether they're from your e-mail, your phonebook or a social network, and adds an imposing dialler in case anybody's missing. Far from being a neglected extra, t...
Good Innovative concept transforms a smartphone into a laptop, Great use of the powerful Tegra 2 chip, Excellent battery life and great camera, Powerful Motoblur interface is especially good at handling contacts, Good quality audio and fast web browsing...
Bad Classic design, Lapdock is expensive, No protection for the connectors...
Bottom line A couple of niggling worries—mostly a question of taste—and some expensive accessories can't take away from the excellent experience offered by the Atrix. It gets the very best out of Nvidia's Tegra 2 processor and has a battery to match. It's a must-h...
100%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Atrix is Motorola’s first dual-core handset and has big ambitions to be your one and only connected device. It’s available with a set of accessories that can turn it into both your laptop and media centre – a PC in your pocket. Unplugged: Motorola'...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix may look standard at first glance, but a feast of features, along with those accessories, offer hidden depths. Whether this mobile gadgetry will set the tone for future, more powerful smartphones remains to be seen. But as far as ro...
85%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
Good Dualcore processor, Large, highresolution screen, Interesting array of hardware accessories, Good battery life, Fingerprint scanner...
Bad Large for the pocket, Runs Android 2.2, Accessories (especially the Lapdock) are expensive...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix is a competent high-end smartphone with a fast dual-core processor, good battery life, a fingerprint reader and a high-resolution screen. If you're prepared to invest in the accessories, you'll get considerably more functionality tha...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
The issue with the current generation of smartphones is differentiating them in terms of their design - at some point you have to concede that you’re dealing with a flat plane of glass set into a thin rectangle. It’s presumably why we get unconsciona...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix dual-core smartphone offers impressive powers, but it comes at a price...
83%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Motorola Atrix absolutely blew minds when it debuted at CES in Las Vegas at the start of January. It was a gadget fiend’s wet dream. Not only were all of its specs cutting edge – bigger battery, sharper screen, more memory, dual-core CPU – but...
Good internet TV on the TV, even if it isn’t HD. Note you’ll need this to display an Android app in full screen on your TV – plug the phone in directly by HDMI cable and the barebones entertainment centre software launches, which only plays video files Android natively supports.Charging dockFairly pointless unless someone just stole your alarm clock. Don’t bother.VerdictWith the Motorola Atrix, Moto...
Bad Motobloodyblur, HDMI doesn't screen mirror...
Bottom line With the Motorola Atrix, Moto has once again turned in a stupendous piece of hardware. Unfortunately, for all its efforts, it’s still not delivering a sensible UI, and more crucially, a fun software experience. HTC has nailed it. On its Galaxy S phones...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Motorola Atrix has generated a lot of interest since it was announced and demonstrated at CES 2011. On the face of it, the Atrix is a pretty standard dual-core Android 2.2 smartphone with the usual features you'd expect and a responsiveness that we...
Good Speed, fingerprint scanner, docking potential, good battery life...
Bad Single power/lock/fingerprint button could fail over time...
Bottom line A solid phone on its own, but one that offers a lot of upgrade potential via the optional laptop docking station. The dual-core processor and generous RAM allowance make this handset pleasant to use and there is terrific email support...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-09-16
It seems like a long time since Motorola enjoyed an incredible amount of success with its RAZR series of mobile phones. The Atrix is the latest smartphone from Motorola, and the company hopes it will put them back on top of the market. With a class-lea...
Good As with range-topping handsets from Samsung, Sony Ericsson and others, the Motorola Atrix features a large 4-inch screen. The display on the Atrix is better than most, however, thanks to a class-leading 540 x 960-pixel resolution. It really is a gorgeous panel, and only the smaller iPhone 4 trumps it for sharpness. It's equally good when it comes to colour reproduction, with movies and photograph...
Bad Motorola has implemented its own skin over the top of Android – as with most of its rivals. It's quite a heavy UI, and neatly covers the operating system, however, so is unlikely to appeal to fans of Android in its purest form. The Motorola Atrix is also bland when it comes to styling, with absolutely no features to help it to stand out. When competing against the Apple iPhone 4, the Samsung Gala...
Bottom line If you want the brightest, sharpest screen, and don't fancy an Apple iPhone 4, the Motorola Atrix could be worth a look. We love the range of features available for the Atrix, although it's hard to imagine that many people will opt for a full on laptop...
80%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
At first glance, Motorola's first dual-core handset doesn't look that special. It's on the bulky side at 118x64x11mm and 135g and compared to the likes of the slimline Samsung Galaxy S II it looks like a bit of a throwback to a less stylish age.There i...
Good Sharp 4in screen, Biometric fingerprint lock, HDMI port, Oodles of accessories...
Bad Not the latest Android OS, Accessories a bit pricey...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix may not be a style icon but its pointing the way to the future of phones with its accessories that allow it to be used as both a laptop and a media centre, though prices will have to come down if they're going to catch on...
80%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Motorola Atrix is an Android-based smartphone with a dual-core processor. Being powered by a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 chip already puts the Atrix in a very small group at the top of the Android specifications tree. But Motorola isn't content to be...
Good Good specification; larger battery is a welcome feature...
Bad Runs Android 2.2 rather than 2.3; extras are expensive.
Bottom line For all its unique and clever stuff the Motorola Atrix doesn't quite hit the mark. The accessories add functionality, but they're expensive. The handset itself, despite some good features, failed to wow us. Perhaps Motorola needs to reconsider its Moto...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-09-16
When Motorola announced the Atrix smartphone at CES this year, the tech world sat up and took notice. What's this? A phone that acts like a computer? Sure, the Google Nexus S has a built-in near-field communication chip that will (eventually) let you b...
Good 1080p playback, Webtop mode for computing, Multimedia mode gives great HD playback, Flash browsing is tip top, DLNA streaming...
Bad 1080p does not work for HDMI out, Some Flash-based sites did not work, Webtop only works with dock, No movie or TV show service, No full-screen HDMI mirroring...
Bottom line When Motorola announced the Atrix smartphone at CES this year, the tech world sat up and took notice. What's this? A phone that acts like a computer? Sure, the Google Nexus S has a built-in near-field communication chip that will (eventually) let you b...
80%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-03-30
The Motorola Atrix is finally here. Motorola’s first dual-core superphone seriously wowed us with its secret agent-style fingerprint unlocker and array of docks when we saw it back in January.But now it’s here, and it’s up against an increasing array o...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix is a solid Android smartphone that’s easy to get to grips with and provides a great web browsing experience. The camera isn’t as amazing as those found on rival smartphones, but it does the job.A lot of what makes the Motorola Atrix...
80%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2014-11-09
After a series of successful Android powered smartphones like the Motorola Droid, BackFlip and Milestone among others, Motorola Mobility has the experience in making attractive and functional devices.The ATRIX 4G ($99.00 for a three year plan, $600 contra...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Motorola Atrix is a smartphone equipped with a 1GHz dual-core processor. The phone runs Google's Android 'Froyo' 2.2 operating system, has an HDMI-out port and records HD video. Motorola's powerful HD Multimedia Dock and Laptop Dock accessories a...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix doesn't stray too far from the norm once you look past its dual-core processor and fingerprint reader, but it is a slick, super-fast Android phone with good battery life. Anyone after a new Google Android phone with a big screen sho...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
The Motorola Atrix is a smartphone equipped with a 1GHz dual-core processor. The phone runs Google's Android 'Froyo' 2.2 operating system, has an HDMI-out port and records HD video. Motorola's powerful HD Multimedia Dock and Laptop Dock accessories at...
Good Slick and fast user experience HDMI-out Good build quality and battery life...
Bad Screen is hard to see in sunlight Touch-sensitive buttons No word on Gingerbread update...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix doesn't stray too far from the norm once you look past its dual-core processor and fingerprint reader, but it is a slick, super-fast Android phone with good battery life. Anyone after a new Android phone with a big screen should defi...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Motorola Atrix isn’t just a mobile phone handset, it’s a story. It’s a story that draws into sharp contrast the convergence that has been going on in the mobile space for a number of years. Motorola aren’t just launching a high-end handset in the...
Good Screen resolution, dual core, battery life, innovative docking options provide plenty of potential for work or entertainment...
Bad Slippery as a fish, finger scanner is fiddly but unique, Motoblur isn't fantastic, lacks wide media support...
Bottom line We love the fact that Motorola have really thrown themselves into the Atrix. We’re not quite sold on the complete experience, but it’s certainly innovative and offers a great Android experience...
80%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
Motorola has come out fighting recently. Its Xoom was the first tablet to market with Android 3, and now the Atrix wants to turn the idea of mobile computing on its head. Motorola calls it “the world's most powerful smartphone”, and with good reason. Thi...
Bottom line An interesting do-it-all concept, but no matter how good the phone, it's overshadowed by unconvincing and overpriced accessories...
67%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix is a decent smartphone, but with the exception of the fingerprint reader there's little to recommend it over our favourite dual-core Android phone, Samsung's Galaxy S2. We liked the idea of the Lapdock, if only because it could reduc...
67%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
We’ve already seen the tablet that can also be a laptop, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, and now with the Motorola Atrix, we have a smartphone that can be a laptop or a desktop PC. Given how bullish so many people have been about mobile devices of late...
Bottom line A clever but half-baked idea masking a very practical, but slightly overpriced, handset...
60%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
Motorola's Atrix proves itself a powerful smartphone, but will be outbeaten by the superphones due out later in the summer. Its USP is the ability to use it as a laptop, but while this is a great idea, it is disappointing in its execution. If you just...
Good Topclass touchdisplay, smooth interface offering social networking features, decent email and web, HDMI out.
Bad Lots of software glitches, mediocre design, accessory set that is its USP is pricey and yet build quality is cheap.
60%
ausdroid.net
Updated:
2014-06-13
Since the iPhone 4S has just been announced by Apple, we thought we'd put it head to head against some of the leading Android devices currently available and the rumoured specs of the Nexus Prime. All of them are dual-core, all of them are sparkly, but so...
0%
itnews.com.au
Updated:
2014-06-13
In terms of external design it looks like most smartphones – a 4in display in a frame measuring 117.75 × 63.50 × 10.95 mm with a very decent weight of only 135g. This means the phone does feel a little less solid than some on the market and we also found...
0%
coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
This is a weird one to get your head around. We’re used to seeing smartphones here. They fly across the desk and have the usual things. A touch screen, a fast processor, a slick OS, a good camera, GPS, etc. Here though, we have a few additions. A Bluet...
0%
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
We’ve finally got our hands on Motorola’s new dual-core smartphone, but that’s not all; we’ve also been given all the€accessories that makes the ATRIX much more than any old Android smartphone…We couldn’t wait to get some photos online and our first impre...
0%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-09-16
Motorola announced three new handsets yesterday, but only one of these has definitely confirmed for the UK, the Motorola Atrix 4G (which won't actually be 4G in the UK), and T3 had some hands-on time with it.Running Android 2.2 (a 2.3 upgrade will b...
0%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-16
The Motorola Atrix is said to be the most powerful smartphone and on paper it seems to be so: 1 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, 1GB RAM, qHD screen, 8MP camera and 720p video recording are all impressive but for some Motoblur's inclusion may be...
Bottom line During the announcement at CES I thought the Atrix would be my next phone but I am now thankful that I got the chance to review this before I splashed the cash on it. The hardware, while "next-gen", is nowhere near the speed and quality of the Sensatio...
0%
theglobeandmail.com
Updated:
2014-02-27
I had just one day with Motorola’s soon-to-launch Atrix smart phone and its collection of innovative accessories before writing this review. That’s not enough time to properly figure out how long the battery lasts, much less definitively determine whet...
0%
techview.co
Updated:
2014-05-16
The Starting LineSo… Let us start at the beginning with a little background information. My present phone is the iPhone 4, Nokia C6-01 and Nokia N8. In addition, I own a Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and I am trialing a Nokia E6 with the new Symbian OS Anna in...
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channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2012-02-01
An interesting do-it-all concept, but no matter how good the phone, it’s overshadowed by unconvincing and overpriced accessories Motorola has come out fighting recently. Its Xoom was the first tablet to market with Android 3, and now the Atrix wants to...
0%
ausdroid.net
Updated:
2011-11-08
At the conclusion of the , we had a few questions unanswered, and a few things we wanted to look at further before summing up.Battery lifeAfter a few days of real life usage, I can honestly say (hand on heart) that the battery life in this phone is ama...
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ausdroid.net
Updated:
2011-11-08
This morning I arrived at work in poor form. Tired, exhausted, emotionally drained, after a long and tiring weekend. We had a loss in our family (not entirely unexpectedly, but it hurts the same) and my partner Rachel and I have spent all weekend keepi...
Good 136 grams. It’s a good weight, 4″ screen. It’s big, it’s beautiful. It’s an odd resolution, though – 540 x 960 pixels, It’s tough as nails – Gorilla Glass screen, It has naff features – like a fingerprint reader, You don’t need a microSD card – it has 16GB on board, This thing has an HDMIout port – you can watch your movies on the big screen at your mate’s place, The battery is a whale – 19...
Bad The fingerprint reader is cool, but having to use it every time to unlock the screen gets old, AT&T’s built in crapware is annoying, though it can be removed. The Motoblur stuff can’t be.
Bottom line I really like it.The Atrix is unlike a lot of Android phones I’ve reviewed lately. It’s not got curious proportions. It’s not heavy, and it doesn’t feel cheap and nasty. The case is plastic – yes – but it doesn’t feel plastic and nasty, unlike some oth...
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Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-08
Though the world is going gah-gah for smartphones and tablets, both suffer an inflexibility of form. A smartphone fits great in your pocket, but its small screen makes it difficult to perform certain intensive tasks; tablets, on the other hand, are...
Bottom line The Motorola Atrix is a smartphone of a familiar shape and size, but once it's placed into one of two docking accessories, the Atrix offers an experience more like a computer than a phone.
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