Motorola Atrix HD Review - Best Smartphone Value?
On paper, we knew that the Atrix HD compared well to what the Samsung Galaxy SIII and the HTC One X offer. Still, we were skeptical the Atrix HD could fight on a par with handsets $100 more than its $99 (or $49 at Best Buy) price tag. Motorola claims the Atrix is Slimmer, Stronger, Smarter than its older sibling, the Atrix 2. The Atrix HD lacks NFC and is short 8GB of storage, when compared to the Galaxy S III and the One X, but it managed to keep up in a lot of other ways. The Atrix HD has a slightly smaller screen (4.5 inches) compared to Galaxy S III's 4.8-inch screen and HTC One X's 4.7-inch display (but packs in the same resolution, which allows for a crisper display). There's a small difference in specs, so let's see why the Motorola Atrix HD is a worthy (and budget friendly) competitor to our two favorite AT&T phones. Full review: http://tchno.be/PnppPs
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