Motorola Atrix MB860 4G

Motorola Atrix MB860 4G

Motorola Atrix MB860 4G Review

  • 3.5 / 5
    • The good:
      good connectivity features, manageable interface, easy on the hands, user-friendly touchscreen
    • The bad:
      lacks creativity in design, no advanced camera settings
    The first Motorola dual-core smartphone, Motorola Atrix MB860 4G has a lot to boast of. Not only is it the brand’s first dual-core smartphone, it is also the first to offer a reliable HSDPA+ network and a user- friendly 4” qHD capacitive touchscreen. With a 1GHz dual-core processor and a 1GB worth of RAM, Motorola Atrix MB860 4G is a good choice. It’s easy on the hands as it only weighs 135 grams and measures 117.8 x 63.5 x 11 mm. However, the handheld is not made for the stylish since its plastic built lacks creativity. You will find the power button at the top of the gadget. The power button also serves as a fingerprint scanner, a security feature Motorola is proud to offer its users. On the left side are the microUSB and microHDMI ports while the right side hosts the volume rocker. At the back, you will find the 5MP camera that comes with a with a dual LED flash. At the bottom is the loudspeaker while the microSD card slot and SIM card rests beneath the battery. There’s also a VGA camera at the front of the handheld for video calling. Below the screen are the four staple Android keys: Menu, Home, Back and Search. The gadget’s 5MP camera features a 2592x1944 resolution capability and records HD video at 720p resolution. There are a number of effects available such as monochrome, negative and sepia. You are also given various Scenes options such as portrait, landscape, and sport. Users will also find it easy while taking photos as the viewfinder, capture button, preview box, resolution indicator, and number of shots are available are shown. On the other hand, snappers will frown upon learning that there are no ISO, white balance, focus, and other advanced settings that are available in other smartphones out in the market today. Motorola Atrix MB860 4G gives you a manageable interface which runs on Android 2.2.1 Froyo. The home screens are highly customizable and the widgets effortless to work on. More than that however is the MOTOBLUR UI which makes social networking as easy as it a smartphone could get. In matters of connectivity, the handheld poses no problem.
  • Product description
    • The Motorola Atrix MB860 4G is manufactured by Motorola and was added in December 2014 in the Smartphones section
    • This product has a rating of 3.5 out of 5