Motorola Atrix HD Vs Samsung Galaxy S3 Vs HTC One X

On paper, we knew that the Motorola Atrix HD compared well to what the Samsung Galaxy SIII and the HTC One X offer. Still, we were skeptical the Atrix HD could fight on a par with handsets $100 more than its $99 (or $49 at Best Buy) price tag. Motorola claims the Atrix is Slimmer, Stronger, Smarter than its older sibling, the Atrix 2. The Atrix HD lacks NFC and is short 8GB of storage, when compared to the Galaxy S III and the One X, but it managed to keep up in a lot of other ways.

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Here is a brief comparison of Motorola Atrix HD with Galaxy SIII and the HTC One X -

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Which one suits you best ? Do let us know in comments.

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10 Responses to “Motorola Atrix HD Vs Samsung Galaxy S3 Vs HTC One X”

  1. Mani

    Jul 21. 2012

    My choice is Motorola Atrix HD for its better built quality :)

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  2. Ashish

    Jul 24. 2012

    I think galaxy s3 is best among these 3 powerful smart phones.200$ for s3 are worth spending and thanks for sharing this useful comparison.

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  3. Selda@Miami

    Jul 24. 2012

    Very similar phones. Those are not the real prices. Those are the prices with 2 year contract :)

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  4. J Mod

    Aug 21. 2012

    Well, the Galaxy s3 has double the ram, higher front facing camera Mp and NFC. Only thing better about the Atrix here is the ppi and the price.

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  5. neha

    Sep 18. 2012

    Really ! This is very interesting post. In my opinion HTC is the best phone as compared to others. HTC is much faster from others and features is so nice. so i always prefer to HTC phone. i have been using of HTC since last years . really this phone is so great.thanks for sharing .this information.

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  6. Coly Brown

    Sep 18. 2012

    Am an old user of the Galaxy S3 and have been enjoying this baby running on the Ice Cream Sandwhich, I actually have no major issues with the ICS on Galaxy S3.

    Jelly Bean is now available for me but I can’t make up my mind whether to make the upgrade or just stick with my old buddy – ICS

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  7. lex

    Oct 11. 2012

    I will disagree.
    I have the Atrix HD and it it a really good phone. I own the galaxy nexus with the 720 HD screen and TI OMAP 6660 processor, the Nexus 7 with its hefty powerful Tegra 3 quad core processor (which by the way clocked 1.9ghz after optimizing it).
    Well Atrix HD has the most emazing HD screen with NO PIXELS visible, which is the only screen i foubd to outpaxe Retina Display) Plus on Qundrant Benchmark it smoked the HTC one. The funny thing, is that even my Nexus 7 couldnt Beat the HTC one.
    Galaxy S3 is Also a Wickedly powerful phone with its 2gb ram , however,i personally dislike in Galaxy S3 its lack of android 4+ Three virtual buttons interface (Instead It still has 4)and the outdated gingerbread way to Create folders…
    Plus i also got 150$ worth of motorola accesories including 100 hd bluetooth and 50$ docking station.

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  8. aku ganteng

    Dec 08. 2012

    one vote for S3 :)

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  9. hcg drops

    Jan 09. 2013

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