The beauty in the Atrix 2 is its feature set, much like the original. Upgrading from the original, the Atrix 2 comes with an 8 megapixel camera, capable of recording up to 1080p HD. Pictures and videos alike come out sharp, colorful and bright with great contrast. The front facing camera isn't the greatest, but it does its job for video chatting, though it would have been better if it were at least a 1.3 megapixel camera. Otherwise both cameras on the Atrix 2 do their job well.
The LapDock is also a great addition to the Atrix 2. While it won't compete against actual laptops, it's a great addition to carry around while traveling, as it's fairly light and it boots up quickly. Other accessories are also available such as the HD Station, which allows the Atrix 2 to become a portable media center that can easily hook up to HDTVs. There's also the navigation dock accessory that allows the smartphone to become a car navigation system quickly, though it's not entirely new. The beauty in all these accessories is the fact that Motorola is pushing to have them standarized across their line-up, so that the next Motorola upgrade doesn't require an update to accessories.
The last feature that most people won't notice is the enhanced 4G capabilities of the smartphone. Like T-Mobile, AT&T is upgrading their HSPA+ network to allow for more speed. The Atrix 2 is capable of utilizing the newly tuned 21+ mbps available on the upgraded HSPA+ network. While it's not exactly comparable to 4G LTE speeds, it's still decent, though location is always a huge factor.