1. Kage_'s Avatar
    I ordered my new Atrix from AT&T. They had it for $99 and when I called ATT they also gave me an extra $50 upgrade discount so I got a new Atrix for $49.99 + tax for around $54. Not bad for a brand new high end phone. I'll post updates when I get my phone.

    Kage_
    06-10-2011 12:49 PM
  2. ka3yan's Avatar
    That's a really great price Kage. Welcome to the hell that is being an owner of a Motorola device. The Atrix is an excellent unit if you don't want to customize it too much. It has loads of RAM, can be rooted (currently), and can have custom P-ROMS. Sadly, it has the locked bootloader and is still running Froyo. Being a Motorola customer can be very frustrating what with their utter lack of communications and two-faced approach at addressing issues brought up by consumers.

    My next phone will most likely NOT be a Motorola device based off of my experience with the Atrix.
    06-10-2011 03:13 PM
  3. Major's Avatar
    I had a Samsung Captivate before, and I find the Atrix to be a way better product.
    06-10-2011 06:33 PM
  4. Kage_'s Avatar
    That's a really great price Kage. Welcome to the hell that is being an owner of a Motorola device. The Atrix is an excellent unit if you don't want to customize it too much. It has loads of RAM, can be rooted (currently), and can have custom P-ROMS. Sadly, it has the locked bootloader and is still running Froyo. Being a Motorola customer can be very frustrating what with their utter lack of communications and two-faced approach at addressing issues brought up by consumers.

    My next phone will most likely NOT be a Motorola device based off of my experience with the Atrix.
    I have an N1, but I've never done anything more than run Gingerbreak on it to get root so I could run a few root apps. It's my business phone so I can't be with out it if I screw something up when messing around.
    06-11-2011 10:09 PM
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