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Motorola Atrix HD
Mark Peters : August 1st 2012 - 08:52 CET
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MotorolaMotorola Atrix HD Android Smartphone for AT&T : The latest addition to the successful Motorola Atrix Smartphone line-up is remarkably thin at 8.4mm but doesn’t compromise strength since it is made Kevlar strong for incredible stability in any situation. The Motorola Atrix HD Smartphone also features a high-tech, invisible nano-coating that acts as a splash guard - not only on the outer shell, but on the electrical circuit boards inside, too. The Motorola Atrix HD is equipped with a 4.5-inch HD display supporting a wide range of more vibrant colors for greater detail and sharper, clearer pictures. The Motorola Atrix HD is available in all AT&T channels for $99.99 with a two-year agreement.

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Motorola Atrix HD Smartphone
The Motorola Atrix HD Smartphone also features an 8 Megapixel rear-facing digital camera with 1080p HD video recording capabilities at 30fps and zero shutter lag. In addition, the Motorola Smartphone also has a front-facing 720p High-Definition camera. "The Motorola Atrix HD Android phone was designed for users who get excited about new technology, but want it to make their life easier, feed their need for entertainment and make a statement," said Mark Shockley, senior vice president, Go-to-Market, Motorola Mobility. "This next evolution of the Atrix Smartphones delivers a slimmer, stronger, smarter, Android-powered handset at a great price tag."

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Motorola Smart Actions
Motorola Atrix HD comes pre-loaded with 'Smart Actions', a free app from Motorola that suggests ways to automatically change your phone’s settings throughout the day to make your life easier. For instance, when you place the Motorola Atrix HD in the Vehicle Navigation Dock accessory and enable Drive Smart, it will set your Atrix phone to vehicle mode, read your text messages aloud, auto-reply to incoming calls and texts as well as provide turn-by-turn GPS navigation.


Motorola Battery Extender
You can also set rules for when your battery gets low by enacting the Battery Extender, which can help your battery last longer by turning off GPS, disabling background sync or other features you select. To raise awareness of responsible driving, for a limited time, customers who purchase a new Motorola Atrix HD Android Smartphone at participating locations will receive a Vehicle Dock at no additional charge.

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Motorola Atrix HD business security features
The Motorola Atrix HD mobile handset is ideal for business use and comes with advanced security features including password protection and inactivity timeouts, VPN, government-grade data encryption on both the phone and SD memory card, and the ability to wipe the handset and memory card in the event your cell phone is lost or stolen. With Android apps like Quick Office, users are able to create and edit documents and stay connected to their work while traveling.

Motorola Atrix HD Android Smartphone

Motorola Circle Widget
Running on Android 4.0 - Ice Cream Sandwich - the Motorola Atrix HD is the first Android phone equipped with Motorola’s Circle Widget on the home screen, which connects directly with your AT&T account and displays data usage since your last phone bill. Plus, it gives you access to the time, notifications, weather and battery meter. You can also access more than 600.000 apps and mobile games on Google Play, as well as millions of books and music tracks and thousands of movies and TV shows.

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Motorola Atrix HD price
Operating on Android 4.0 and created by Motorola and available exclusively from AT&T for just $99.99 USD with a two-year agreement in modern white and titanium. Please check the AT&T website for more details.

Motorola Atrix HD review

Motorola Atrix HD review
As soon as we receive a Motorola Atrix HD test sample, we will publish a sample photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an in-depth Motorola Atrix HD review.

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