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Motorola Atrix HD Review: The Mid-Range Gets Good

Motorola Atrix HD Review: The Mid-Range Gets Good

Motorola Atrix HD Review: The Mid-Range Gets Good
News from TIME:

Jared Newman / TIME.com

Six months ago, Motorola’s Atrix HD could have been the cream of the crop among AT&T Android phones. The fact that it’s not is a testament to how quickly the smartphone market moves.

Although the Atrix HD has many of the hallmarks of a high-end phone, including a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 720p display and 8-megapixel camera, AT&T is selling the Atrix HD for a mere $ 100 with a two-year contract, which is half the price of HTC’s One X and Samsung’s Galaxy S III.

(MORE: HTC One S Review: A Winning Android Phone for Shutterbugs and T-Mobile Customers)

While the Atrix HD may look like a steal at first glance, lower price comes with a few big trade-offs.

In similar fashion to Motorola’s Droid Razr on Verizon, the Atrix is mostly covered in plastic, with splash protection inside and out, and tapers from a reasonably thin 0.33 inches into a massive bulge where the camera resides. It’s also a wide phone, due to the large bezel o…………… continues on TIME

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Review: Motorola Razr Maxx
News from CNET Asia:

The Motorola Razr Maxx packs a big battery without sacrificing much sleekness. It’s just a shame that it took so long to make its way to Asia. If you’re looking for a workhorse smartphone, this is it.

  • CNET Editors’ rating

    4.2 stars

  • Rating breakdown

    • Performance & Battery: 9

    • Design: 8
    • Features: 8

Motorola’s Razr Maxx is not be a new handset–instead it builds upon the Razr with a buffed up 3,300mAh battery as well as Ice Cream Sandwich.


If you’ve seen the Motorola Razr, you’ll find that the Razr Maxx is exactly the same, down to the slightly curved edges. The rear also features the same Kevlar material and gives the handset a very good grip.

The biggest difference is the thicker frame–the original Razr was 7.1mm at its thinnest point, the Maxx is thicker at 8.99mm. The difference is due to the addition of…………… continues on CNET Asia

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