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Product Code: MOT-ATRIX-Q1
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: * * * * *

Overview of Motorola ATRIX

Get ready for a taste of the future today with the Motorola ATRIX. Motorola have redefined how we view our smartphone with possibly the most convergent device to date. Leading the industry with an impressive specification, the ATRIX boasts Android 2.2 (with an update to 2.3 scheduled), a powerful and super quick dual-core processor clocked at 2x 1GHz from nVidia and the most memory yet seen in a smartphone at 1GB RAM. With the slick MOTOBLUR interface loaded everything is fast, no more waiting for applications to load!

The key to all this power is that the ATRIX is more than your standard smartphone - hidden behind Android is another complete operating system developed by Motorola called "webtop". By placing the ATRIX into the official 11" Laptop Dock or connecting to an HDMI enabled display via the official Multimedia Hub you can access the webtop OS. This effectively turns the ATRIX into a true workstation providing full web browsing through Firefox with Flash support, complete document creation and editing as well as access to all of the standard Android features and applications available when the phone is not connected. You can even use Citrix to mirror and remotely control a Windows PC.

Even with all this power under the hood, the ATRIX still manages to look great for the style conscious customer. The 4 inch screen has a massive 960 x 540 pixel resolution and is big enough for a top browsing experience without being uncomfortable plus the mottled back cover resembles carbon fibre for added grip. The basics have all been covered very well - take stunning pictures and 720p high definition video with the 5 megapixel camera and LED flashlight and enjoy video calling over wi-fi or data with the front facing VGA camera. The ATRIX will also allow for 1080p playback on a suitable display through the mini-HDMI connection.

For a bit of cool James Bond action, the power button also doubles as a fingerprint reader as seen on many high end laptops. Anyone familiar with recent devices from Motorola will know of the new MOTOBLUR interface running on top of Android making it easier than ever to manage all of your emails, messages and social network updates. Motorola has also ensured DLNA support for multimedia streaming with any of your other compatible devices around the home.

Many modern smartphones struggle to provide enough battery life to maintain their power - Motorola have stepped up to the plate and included a 1930 mAh rechargeable battery with the ATRIX. Even with this large capacity, the device still manages to maintain a slim 117.8 x 63.5 x 10.1 mm profile.

Features of Motorola ATRIX

  • Android 2.2 (Froyo)
  • Webtop OS accessible through official Laptop Dock or Multimedia Hub
  • nVidia Tegra2 dual-core processor (2 x 1GHz)
  • 1GB RAM
  • 16GB internal storage
  • 5 MP camera with autofocus and LED flash
  • Front facing VGA camera
  • Up to 32GB MicroSDHC card support
  • 720p video recording
  • Mini-HDMI out
  • Fingerprint reader
  • 4G compatible (where provided by network)
  • 1930 mAh rechargeable battery
  • 117.8 x 63.5 x 10.1 mm

What's In The Box of Motorola ATRIX

  • Motorola Atrix
  • 1930mAh Battery
  • USB Sync Charge Cable
  • UK Plug Adaptor
  • Stereo Headset
  • Documentation
SIM Free & Unlocked Yes
Operating SystemAndroid
Custom SkinMotoblur
Speed1Ghz Dual Core
Dual Core Yes
Quad Core
Make/ModelnVidia Tegra 2
Expansion Slot Yes
Capacity (Up to)32GB
Internal Storage Yes
Touchscreen Yes
TypeTFT-LCD Capacitive touch screen
Resolution 960x540
OtherGorilla Glass
Frequencies850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Frequencies850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
Bluetooth Yes
Version2.1 with Enhanced Data Rate
FunctionsA2DP, AVRCP, HFP 1.5, AG, HID 1.0 Host, HSP 1.0, OPP, PRSAP PSE
WiFi Yes
VersionIEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
Audio3.5mm headphone jack
Video OutHDMI
Facebook Yes
Device Controls
Optical Trackpad
Hardware Buttons
OtherFull multi touch control
Antenna TypeInternal
Built-in Software
Camera Yes
FlashAuto focus w/ LED Flash
Camera Lens
OtherGeo-tagging and image stabilisation
Front Facing Camera Yes
G-Sensor Yes
Proximity Sensor Yes
Digital Compass and Gyro
Light Sensor Yes
FormatsH.264, WMA9, AAC, MPEG-4, MP3, AMR NB, eAAC , AAC
FormatsMP4 / H.263 / H.264 / .WMV
RecordingHD 720p at 30fps
Near Field Communication
FM Radio
TypeLi-ion Polymer
Removable Yes
Call Time
GSMUp to 530 mins
3GUp to 540 mins
Standby Time
GSMUp to 400 hours
3GUp to 350 hours
Dimensions117.8 x 63.5 x 11 mm
Weight 135 grams
SoftwareDocument editor, Flash 10.1 support
Warranty12 months

The following is a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about this product. Hopefully you will find the answer to your question, if not, use the contact form below and we shall answer it for you.

Do you ship internationally?

Yes - If you are located outside of the UK you may want to take a look at our list of FAQs for international customers on the following link:

Is this phone SIM FREE and Unlocked?

Yes, this phone is unlocked and can be used with networks around the world. Do check the specifications to ensure compatibility in your region with your network provider. No SIM card or contract applies to this phone.

Is this phone brand new?

Yes. Unless the description of the product suggests otherwise (I.e. EX-DEMO) then this product is brand new and has not been used before.

Is there any network/operator branding?

No - There is only the manufacturers branding.

Does the phone have a standard SIM card slot or a Micro SIM slot?

It has a standard SIM card slot

Does the phone have a Micro SDHC/memory card slot?


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Nealz 22nd December 2011

Overall Rating
0 Stars Poor

Recommend to a friend? Yes

"Hi, this is my review of the Atrix after a day of usage, I just received my unit this morning from clove.

The blur interface sucks, even with the gingerbread 2.3 update, its best to modify the home screen with 3rd party launchers. I am using go launcher ex, and my atrix looks brilliant now.

The interface isn't I-phone smooth, but it's nothing to complain about either. Playing games on the qHD screen feels wicked, the tegra 2 chip set works like a charm.

Despite having a wolfson audio chip inside it, the phone isn't at par with the iphone 4 when it comes to audio playback and loudness. I think the software isn't taking full advantage of the wolfson chip, but still audio output is above average.

The phone actually looks a lot better in real life, than in pictures, it even has a premium feel to it. Camera isn't the best in the market but it won't disappoint either.

Battery drains super fast when playing high end games but still it should last you about a day of usage if you are not a hardcore gamer.

At the end of the day, the Atrix is an amazing phone for £276. The moto blur has it's flaws but that can be fixed with simple software tweaks.


Radik 30th October 2011

Overall Rating
5 Stars Buy it now!

Recommend to a friend? Yes

"Atrix is good in all operating it for two months, during which time no complaints there!"

Paul 20th October 2011

Overall Rating
5 Stars Buy it now!

Recommend to a friend? Yes

"Just to note Andrew (Russia) gives Atrix a good review, and would recommend to a friend..but forgot to add a star rating..

I don't own an Atrix but have played with one and very impressed at build quality, speed of processor (dual core - so it's the very best), and usual Android operating system excellence. Updates should be available from the Motorola website - if not contact customer services."

Aza 19th October 2011

Overall Rating
0 Stars Poor

Recommend to a friend? Yes

"The phone that worths it's money and have unique cool features that noone has, like Lapdock and fingerprint scanner!"

Simon 25th September 2011

Overall Rating
0 Stars Poor

Recommend to a friend? No


Bitterly disappointed, phone lags badly, no updates and no support from Motorola or Orange.
Just don't go there !!


Andrew 11th September 2011

Overall Rating
0 Stars Poor

Recommend to a friend? Yes

"On quality of materials and assemblage it obviously is better than Samsung G2 and HTC Sens.
The screen VERY GOOD the same difference as between TVs Philips and Samsung in favor of Motorola"

Jan Nitecki 12th August 2011

Overall Rating
4 Stars Very Good

Recommend to a friend? Yes

"Got it yesterday from Clove, which sells retail en.GB version (that's diffrent from some other places giving you AT&T branded mobile).

The device is great and very comfortable in use. Fingerprint control is really worth its value. Camera and video quality is very good.

Motoblur has some anoyances (for user of HTC Sense), but overall is ok, althrough I still trying to sort out proper process for contact linking.

Unfortunatelly from the start I've faced very serious a problem - random restarts. This issue was quite common with initial US versions and have been rectified by Motorola issuing upgrade to Gingerbread. Unfortunatelly I cannot find such upgrade for Retail.en.GB model.
This problem is really hampering my user experience. I'm eagerly waiting for Gingerbread update, which is supposed to put reliable software on top of already good hardware.

Assuming that update will be available shortly (I don't see a reason why US already got it) I strongly recommend this device."

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