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The Atrix HD is probably the best Motorola smartphone on AT&T right now. If you happen to fancy Moto's hardware and are in the market for a new phone on Big Blue, you're in luck: it's now basically free from Amazon Wireless for new contract and upgrading customers.

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Specs:

  • 4.5" ColorBoost display with Gorilla Glass
  • 1.5GHz dual-core processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8MP rear shooter, 2MP front camera
  • Android 4.0

This deal is good for both the white and black versions of the device, so pick your favorite, hit the appropriate link below, and enjoy your new phone.

Motorola Atrix HD: White | Black

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • c00ller

    Please, do your readers a favor and do not advocate the sales of #MOTOFAIL devices. It is only setting them up for disappointment. As demonstrated by recent news (Atrix 4G et al) as well as news dating back to Q2 2011 (Cliq XT et al), Motorola is clearly good at one thing: breaking promises and abandoning update support for many devices (because they make too many).

  • http://twitter.com/MagicXB Nick

    Oh please, get over yourself. Google now owns Motorola, and this phone was the first to be released under the acquisition of Google. In terms of hardware for the price you can't beat it, it has a stable version of ICS, and I'm sure it will get Jelly Bean just like the RAZR M and DROID HD.

  • Christopher Theofilaktos

    Funnily enough this would be the only way I'd ever buy another Moto, if it was given to me for free.

  • mgamerz

    Don't waste your money on motofail phones. You'll only be disappointed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Douglas-Bowling/100000010382523 Douglas Bowling

    I wouldn't buy a Motorola Phone either, between the lack of support and locked bootloaders... the Atrix was my last Motorola. All the fragmentation and lack of standardization in updates from manufacturers is starting to make me turn a kind eye to Windows Phone 8. Google needs to rein in all this fragmentation. I love android as a platform, but on phones that use proprietary drivers, it is neigh impossible to get a new version of the OS running on them with proper hardware acceleration and all the hardware working without the binaries (or source code).