The ASA may have ruled that the advert suggesting the Motorola Atrix is the world's most powerful smartphone was misleading, but it would be difficult to argue against the fact that the phone is by far the best value-for-money high-end handset on the market.
The Atrix can now be found for as little as £348 from online retailer Handtec, which is more expensive than the even cheaper dual core handset, the LG Optimus 2X (which costs £270), but it does come with a few decisive advantages.
While both of them share the same Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC clocked at 1GHz, the Atrix has twice the onboard memory (1GB RAM) and twice the onboard storage (16GB) which can be augmented via a microSD card.
The phone was also the first to come with a qHD display, one that can display 960x540 pixels on a 4-inch capacitive display; it also boasts the largest battery on any smartphone with a 1930mAh Li-Ion polymer model which allows up to nine hours of talk time and 250 hours standby.
Other noteworthy features include a biometric fingerprint reader, Wi-Fi, two microphones, a five megapixel rear camera and a front-facing one, HDMI and Android OS 2.2. Froyo (with Gingerbread likely to come soon).