Published on November 14th, 2011 | by Ramon Trotman0
Motorola Atrix 2 review by The Verge
If you’ve been thinking of picking up the Atrix 2, The Verge’s review might help you out a bit.
Unlike the original Atrix 4G, Motorola’s Atrix 2 wasn’t exactly launched with a bang. That might lead you to believe that the Atrix 2 is a forgettable smartphone and in some ways it definitely is: there are no real standout features here. The Atrix 2 isn’t flashy, in fact it’s exactly the opposite. Yet while the Atrix 2 might be unassuming, it’s also very capable if you set aside the Webtop and the middling camera performance. The Atrix 2 might be designed as a business user’s phone, but at $99 it could have a straightforward appeal to the budget-minded consumer. The phrase "it just works" doesn’t typically apply to Android phones, but with the Atrix 2 it just might. This phone won’t turn any heads, but it also won’t fall down on the job.
As an owner of the original Atrix, the review and wrap up is enough to make sure I do not head down that road again. Make the jump for the detailed review.