Motorola Atrix HD Android Phone, Black (AT&T)

January 26, 2014 - Comment

Motorola ATRIX HD, the first Android phone that was shipped with a pre-installed Android 4.0 OS. It has a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, 1024 MB RAM / 8192 MB ROM with microSD card slot for additional memory, 8 megapixels camera with LED flash that can let you take quality pictures and awesome 1080p HD

Motorola ATRIX HD, the first Android phone that was shipped with a pre-installed Android 4.0 OS. It has a 1.5 GHz dual core processor, 1024 MB RAM / 8192 MB ROM with microSD card slot for additional memory, 8 megapixels camera with LED flash that can let you take quality pictures and awesome 1080p HD videos. The phone also has a pre-installed Facebook application so all you need to do is connect to any Wi-Fi connection and login to your Facebook account and start updating/ sharing or even upload the cool pics/vids you just took. The phone has a 4.5″ HD scratch-resistant screen for superb user experience, a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera that you can use for video calling and video chatting, connect to 4G for very fast internet browsing and a very cool design! Order this used Motorola Atrix HD Camera Android 4G LTE BLACK Phone for AT&T in EXCELLENT condition!

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Comments

Tony Jones "mrkitchn" says:

The Best of the Best for the price by far! After reading many reviews from various sources I was a little afraid of the Motorola Atrix HD. I will say it is the best phone I have had so far. I have always liked the Motorola quality and the picture and performance of this phone is outstanding. All my friends and family either have IPhones or Samsung’s Galaxy. I bought this with ICS 4.0 on it for under $300 for another source and did the manual upgrade to Jelly Bean without a hitch. It was going to be several hundred dollars more to get…

Lou says:

Awesome Device…Once I Got One That Worked I was pretty eager to get out of my increasingly expensive contract with Verizon. It took me awhile to make the leap because I have a strong preference for physical keyboards. Typos bug me and they’re a lot harder to avoid when using a virtual keyboard (I think most people would agree). Unfortunately, Verizon seems to have the best selection of Androids with keyboards. I wanted a phone that stood a fighting chance of getting an official OS update at some point. Most of the sliders I saw on…

JersyMom says:

Great phone 0

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