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  • artifex - Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - link

    But I don't think AT&T forced these phones out of the telco closet, so to speak. :)

    (ref: title)
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  • tipoo - Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - link

    The Atrix would be an amazing phone without Motorola's custom UI. They must have taken special care to make such fast hardware feel as slow as it does. Remove the Motorola crap, and the Atrix whizzes through Android. I doubt they will have learned anything, but I hope they ease up on the customizations. And an encrypted bootloader is just mean. Reply
  • Omega215D - Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - link

    Agreed. Those custom skins aren't doing Android any favors. The only one that does a decent job of it is Sense (though that security issue affecting certain configs needs to be fixed) as it did in the days of WinMo 6.

    The Atrix 2 looks good, they should drop the AT&T logo for a cleaner face.
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