Pocket-Lint: Motorola is keen to stress that its Atrix 4G handset is not just another smartphone. It is, in fact, an evolutionary step in mobile computing; the first product in an all new category.
TheDroidGuy: "Users of the Motorola Atrix 4G were promised to get the update to Ice Cream Sandwich in Q3 of 2012 along with the Atrix 2. For some reason, Motorola dumped that promise, threw out the window and then proceeded to stomp on it."
Pocket-Lint: The inevitable rush of dual-core handsets has truly begun, with shop shelves gradually filling with powerful Android phones boasting juicy spec sheets.
Azmi Sayadi of GIGAlb, "Motorola, a brand we are all familiar with because of its strong history in handsets offerings, yet today, not many of us are using any of them. We know that the mobile world is very competitive, especially when it comes to Smartphones, which market share has been increasing steadily in the past few years."