Sep 20 AT 2:29 PM Edgar Cervantes 11 Comments

Motorola Atrix 2 in the wild; images, details leaked

atrix 2

The Motorola Atrix 4G is among the best high-end phones AT&T has to offer. Its early adoption of the Tegra 2 processor definitely helped. But like all other devices, this one has its defects–many of which you’ve been pointing out. Whether you hate it or love it, its popularity will make a great successor. And it seems that device is out there.

BGR has obtained 4 images of what seems to be the Motorola Atrix 2 (or Motorola Edison). And, boy, is this little brother looking better. This device has a much sleeker look; it’s shinier and more aesthetically pleasing overall. The device does seem to be mainly plastic, though, so we can expect the feel and weight to be pretty similar to the original Atrix.

Not much is known about the specs yet, but the little information that has leaked is not bad. The only downside is that, according to BGR’s sources, the device will not come with 4G LTE compatibility. If you’re looking to get on AT&T’s brand new LTE network, you’ll have to look elsewhere. HSPA+ only for this device.

According to the sources, the device will launch with a dual-core processor (most likely a Texas Instruments OMAP), Android 2.3.5 (as seen in the images) and an 8 MP camera with 1080p HD video recording.

Not too shabby, but it also seems it won’t be a huge jump from the Motorola Atrix 4G. Hopefully Motorola and AT&T have other specs to surprise us, especially with a beast like the Samsung Galaxy S II just around the corner.

Stay tuned for more details in the near future. In the meanwhile, check out the images below and let the speculation begin. What else do you guys think comes with this bad boy? When do you think it will be launching?

4e78b2a2c1260110920153458 4e78b2a3b6b41110920153459 4e78b2a4e6a19110920153500 4e78b2a5d59b1110920153501

Side Note

Is it just us, or might this be the device that showed up a few days ago in another leaked image? Not that most devices don’t look the same, but we believe the Atrix 2 might have been the device hanging out in the background.

The form factor looks very similar. Once again, though, most Android devices do look similar, but there are white letters placed in the same place where the new images show “AT&T.” The word seems to be about the same length, too. What do you guys think?

Via: BGR

Hello, I am Edgar Cervantes. I am an avid Android fan, and keeping myself updated on the topic is part of my daily life. I will always work hard to give the best of me to our community of Android enthusiasts, and I am very honored to be part of this ship. Hopefully we can all enjoy sharing our knowledge and opinions!

    Most Tweeted This Week

  • SliestDragon

    Doesn’t seem like that great of an upgrade to me. I’m sure it’ll be a good phone, probably one of the better phones on AT&T, just not that much of a spec bump from the original is all.

    Now if don’t-call-me-blur was replaced with stock, that would be another story. :)

    • http://ArtisticAbode.com BetterWithRoot

      That’s what I’m waiting to see too. If Google has gone away with the MotoBloat. If that is the case, I hope it sets a precedent for all future Moto handsets.

    • gaytrix 2

      im waiting for the new iphone 5

  • Interpol91

    Definitely has a nice appearance compared to other Motorola phones. Though the specs are decent hopefully it does have some other great surprises. Not on my radar though.

  • Nathan

    Most likely a atrix 4g plus or something around those lines

  • JaylanPHNX

    It seems the biggest upgrade on this phone will likely be the software. While stock would be great (especially if it’s ICS in the end), the newest Moto UI is still ten times better than old Blur. Of course a higher screen resolution would be a good bonus, too.

  • HackNet

    I currently own the Atrix 4G and I really love this phone. Only downside is the poorly designed GPU (Tegra 2). So far, I have not been able to play any HD videos on the device itself. I spoke with Motorola and they stated that HD playback is only available via HDMI to HDTV for smartphone’s only. Tegra 2 fail.

    The Tegra 2 on my wife’s Asus Transformer has great HD playback on the device.

    I hope the Atrix 2 has a decent GPU.

  • Richard Yarrell

    This looks decent definately better than the current Atrix 4g on At&t. Honestly now the time has come to look past these dualcore devices and start setting our sites on the quadcore devices that will be headed our way from HTC, SAMSUNG, in 2012. To be specific the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the upcoming Evo brand in 2012 these devices will be packing the best specs any android devices can ask for and I very seriously doubt any device would be better than these two…http://global.christianpost.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s3-release-date-specs-leaked-reveals-powerhouse-processor-55987/……..This will be powering the next Evo brand in 2012…..http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/15/qualcomm-unveils-snapdragon-roadmap-2-5ghz-cpus-coming-early-ne/

  • Richard Yarrell

    It’s high time that all of the current owners of dualcore devices take the time to enjoy there current devices. Very soon it will be time to move past these devices keeping our eye on the upcoming quadcore devices heading our way in early 2012. Leading our way in 2012 will be HTC and SAMSUNG and there is so much to look forward too..http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/15/qualcomm-unveils-snapdragon-roadmap-2-5ghz-cpus-coming-early-ne/…..http://global.christianpost.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s3-release-date-specs-leaked-reveals-powerhouse-processor-55987/

    • EVOmit

      LOL you are black!

    • squiddy20

      You do realize you didn’t even copy/paste the two separate links correctly, right? And you had the stupidity to call me “uneducated”??? Hahahaha, riiiiiiight. You’re funny.

  1. Doesn’t seem like that great of an upgrade to me. I’m sure it’ll be a good phone, probably one of the better phones on AT&T, just not that much of a spec bump from the original is all.

    Now if don’t-call-me-blur was replaced with stock, that would be another story. :)

    • That’s what I’m waiting to see too. If Google has gone away with the MotoBloat. If that is the case, I hope it sets a precedent for all future Moto handsets.

    • gaytrix 2Guest 4 years ago

      im waiting for the new iphone 5

  2. Definitely has a nice appearance compared to other Motorola phones. Though the specs are decent hopefully it does have some other great surprises. Not on my radar though.

  3. Most likely a atrix 4g plus or something around those lines

  4. It seems the biggest upgrade on this phone will likely be the software. While stock would be great (especially if it’s ICS in the end), the newest Moto UI is still ten times better than old Blur. Of course a higher screen resolution would be a good bonus, too.

  5. I currently own the Atrix 4G and I really love this phone. Only downside is the poorly designed GPU (Tegra 2). So far, I have not been able to play any HD videos on the device itself. I spoke with Motorola and they stated that HD playback is only available via HDMI to HDTV for smartphone’s only. Tegra 2 fail.

    The Tegra 2 on my wife’s Asus Transformer has great HD playback on the device.

    I hope the Atrix 2 has a decent GPU.

  6. Richard YarrellGuest 4 years ago

    This looks decent definately better than the current Atrix 4g on At&t. Honestly now the time has come to look past these dualcore devices and start setting our sites on the quadcore devices that will be headed our way from HTC, SAMSUNG, in 2012. To be specific the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the upcoming Evo brand in 2012 these devices will be packing the best specs any android devices can ask for and I very seriously doubt any device would be better than these two…http://global.christianpost.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s3-release-date-specs-leaked-reveals-powerhouse-processor-55987/……..This will be powering the next Evo brand in 2012…..http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/15/qualcomm-unveils-snapdragon-roadmap-2-5ghz-cpus-coming-early-ne/

  7. It’s high time that all of the current owners of dualcore devices take the time to enjoy there current devices. Very soon it will be time to move past these devices keeping our eye on the upcoming quadcore devices heading our way in early 2012. Leading our way in 2012 will be HTC and SAMSUNG and there is so much to look forward too..http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/15/qualcomm-unveils-snapdragon-roadmap-2-5ghz-cpus-coming-early-ne/…..http://global.christianpost.com/news/samsung-galaxy-s3-release-date-specs-leaked-reveals-powerhouse-processor-55987/

    • EVOmitGuest 4 years ago

      LOL you are black!

    • squiddy20Guest 4 years ago

      You do realize you didn’t even copy/paste the two separate links correctly, right? And you had the stupidity to call me “uneducated”??? Hahahaha, riiiiiiight. You’re funny.