This is a discussion on Motorola Atrix Problems ? within the Motorola Atrix forums, part of the Motorola Android Phones category; Originally Posted by RafficaX It could have made an appearance with Moto believing by release time these issues would be ironed out. They couldnt show ...
Yeah I wouldn't mind them pushing the release back and finishing the phone right. They're probably trying to push it out by the deadlines though. An CK is right, he probably was surprised that they were announced at CES because before CES he said don't expect anything big phone wise. I don't think anyone would characterize the Atrix and Bionic as nothing big. I guess I'm just going to have to stick with my Droid a lil while longer than I expected.
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even at CES, the phone looked to be quite a ways away from being ready for release (no app drawer, no launcher, etc). this would appear (at least to me) to be a situation of the Moto execs/marketing writing checks that the engineers/techs couldn't cash... but, at least they got their schtuff together on Moto's policy re: locked bootloaders.
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Husker I agree - the Bionic looked choppy as well
Even the browser demo on the Atrix was horribly choppy when compared to other phones with much less CPU grunt. Though I don't believe the overheating theory holds water. These are dual core, and because of the power restrictions (and power management), will not operate at 1GHz very often. Like the DroidX, unless you really push the DroidX, the most you'll see it clock up to is 800MHz. With Android's "conservative" CPU governor that Moto loves to use, I really don't see the overheating.