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If you've been waiting for your KitKat update on your AT&T Motorola ATRIX HD, you should know that it won't arrive. You can get a Moto X deal instead.
Microsoft Continuum promises to make your phone your desktop computer and home entertainment system - all in one. But why didn't Android pull it off first?
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Motorola’s plans to upgrade the company’s current smartphone line-up to Android 4.4 KitKat. We then talk about Samsung, the results in sales of the Galaxy Gear, and what to believe and not believe. We follow the news with some more rumors of Apple building a bigger iPad at 12.9-inches, and why this makes sense since we currently have the iPad Air and iPad mini, along with the iPad mini with Retina Display. Later we talk about the possibility of a 128-bit chip for smartphones and tablets, as if 64-bits wasn’t enough [...]
Learn which Motorola Android phones were just added to the list getting KitKat updates.
Find out which Motorola Androids may soon be able to have their bootloaders unlocked.
Find out how to get the latest software for your Motorola Atrix HD on AT&T
Read all about how Motorola has announced, without exact pricing and details, the Atrix HD Developer Edition.
Find out which Motorola Androids are on-track for getting upgraded to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Find out about all the changes and fixes coming to the Atrix HD in its latest OTA update.
Motorola's Atrix HD for AT&T came into our office loaded with potential, and left us a few weeks later in a cloud of mild disappointment. Read on to see what we miss -and what we don't- about one of the newest Android smartphones out there.
It appears that Motorola's mystery phone is none other than the Atrix HD, and that there won't be anything new revealed this Friday
The most important -and most disappointing- chapter of the Atrix HD's story is the schism between hardware and software: its build quality is excellent, the LTE performance very nice, and the display staggeringly sharp. It's the OS that really gives us pause.
What does the newest Atrix offer AT&T customers? You'll have to wait for our full review to find out. While you won't be waiting long, we thought you might enjoy a sneak peek in the meantime. So click the video below to check out our unboxing, hardware tour, and first boot of the Motorola Atrix HD.
Motorola has confirmed that the Atrix HD will not support Webtop accessories, sighting cost savings as the reason for the decision.
Motorola says that a bootloader unlock program is still in its phones' future. We'll believe it when we see it.
AT&T will start selling the Atrix HD this coming Sunday for only $100 on-contract
Motorola now shows the Atrix HD on its website, but we've yet to see AT&T recognize the model.