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Motorola Atrix

Motorola Atrix dual-core Android smartphone

Docks and slots for all occasions

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Future calling?

As for call quality, there were no hitches here and the speaker delivers a clear, well-rounded tone to voices, and callers reported no audible problems either. The 1930mAh battery is bigger than most, and did a good job too, delivering a good day and a half of heavy use.

Motorola Atrix

Nestled in the multimedia dock

RH Recommended Medal

Verdict

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 roadmaps go, Motorola has certainly taken an interesting turn. ®

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Motorola Atrix

Motorola Atrix dual-core Android smartphone

Dual-core Android with 5Mp camera and a load of fancy PC-style accessories.
Price: £500 or free with contract RRP

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