I'm Nicole Lee, Senior Associate Editor for (cnet.com?) and this is a first at the Motorola Atrix 2 for AT&T.
Not even a year since the original Atrix debut at (CS?) 2011 and its sequel the Atrix 2 is out for AT&T wireless.
The Atrix 2 as you can see here is a little bit taller, a little bit larger than the original Atrix and that's because it has a 4.3 inch qHD display instead of the 4-inch on the original Atrix.
The display is also visibly sharper and brighter because it is no longer the Pentile display used on the original Atrix.
The over all phone also feels licker and more premium because of their rubberized texture at (back?).
Underneath the display or the usual 4 Android short cut keys to the menu home back and search functions, on the (side?) key you get the micro HDMI port and the micro USB port.
On the top is the (??) suggest and the power button.
On the other side, you get a volume (rocker?) and finally a dedicated camera button.
While the original Atrix had a single print sensor on the top, this does not.
The Atrix 2 has a (??) pressing VGA camera (??) back is an 8 megapixel camera, 10 ADP video recording.
The Motorola Atrix 2 (??) Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
And as you can see here has a sort of refined MotoBlur interface.
This MotoBlur interface does not require you to log in or anything like that.
In fact, it's quite easy to use.
The Motorola Atrix 2 also has a dual core processor.
It's a dual core 1 gigahertz (??) net of (??) processor and 1 gigabyte of RAM.
The dual core processor boost the performance considerably.
Swiping and navigating the screen is also very (??) and responsive.
The Atrix 2 also supports AT&T 4G or (SHPA?) plus network.
This makes browsing the web quite speedy.
Other features of the phone include the usual Wi-fi and GPS.
It also has mobile hot spot capability for up to 5 Wi-Fi (??) devices.
The Atrix 2 also has a few enterprise friendly features like device encryption and enhanced exchange accessing.
Like the original Atrix, the Atrix 2 has something called lap top functionality.
That means you can dock this into a laptop dock to give it a portable PC feel.
The Atrix 2's laptop functionality can be supported by the Lapdock 100.
The Lapdock 100 is a new laptop dock for the Atrix 2 and it's compatible with a range of Motorola handsets.
This laptop functionality gives you access to a different kind of PC experience like the Firefox browser and so forth.
But perhaps one of the best things about the Atrix 2 is it's only a $100 after (??) 2 year service agreement.
With an updated design and all of its features, we believe that Atrix 2 is a good buy considering it's bargain basement price.
(??) this has been a first (??) at the Motorola Atrix 2.
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