Motorola Atrix 4G smartphone on AT&T price slashed

Jun 7, 2011

One of the more interesting smartphones on the market today is the Atrix 4G. The cool thing about the Atrix is that the smartphone will slip into a dock that turns it into a netbook. The phone has been on the market for a while now and we put up our review of the smartphone back in February. Vince called the Atrix 4G a very solid and usable smartphone at the time, even if the 4G speeds were a bit underwhelming.

If you liked the sound of that Atrix 4G smartphone and didn’t buy the device when it launched due to the price, Motorola and AT&T are now making the Atrix 4G cheaper. The phone is now being offered on the AT&T network at $99.99. That price requires a 2-year commitment and a data plan purchase of at least $15 monthly. The no contract price for the smartphone is $449.99.

The hardware the phone sports is the same it has always had with a 5MP rear camera and a front camera for video conferencing. The screen is a 4-inch qHD unit with 24-bit color. The smartphone can be used as a mobile hotspot and it has Tegra 2 under the hood running the Android OS. The battery is a 1930 mAh unit and it has up to 9 hours of talk time per charge.

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