The Motorola ATRIX 2 has a 4.3 qHD display, larger than the 4 incher on the original Motorola ATRIX, which also featured qHD resolution. Beside the larger size, the screen on the sequel doesn't appear to be a pentile matrix display and according to the tipster, that might be why the screen looks great. He also points out that the H+ icon that indicates connectivity with AT&T's HSPA+ pipeline has been replaced with a 4G logo.
The follow-up device to the "World's most powerful smartphone" will cost $99 with your signature on a 2-year contract. And if you can just hold on a bit longer, you should be able to pick up this unit only a few hours from now when AT&T opens the doors on its retail locations.