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Seriously, who told Motorola that tgey could build smartphones?
They all come preloaded with manufacturer and carrier BLOATWARE ie MOTOBLUR. They are for the most part thoughtlessy engineered pieces of crap that are a cheap knock off of what their competitors have already done. You would think since GOOGLE created then GIFTED the OS to them (Android) by making it freeware that they would of spent more time on developing the hardware. But no, they jumped on the Android bandwagon and spent development money on advertising and licensing of Lucasart's Droid name because they were just that insecure about their inferior equipm...
Just a 4G X2?
About the Motorola Droid Bionic...
So far, it is a GREAT device. Extremely fast and suprisingly stable (for a Motorola Android phone).
Personally I'm done with Motorola.
Extremely fast and suprisingly stable (for a Motorola Android phone).
Key words "For a Motorola Android"... Yeah it tries so hard.. pardon me for not investing in a "short bus" device that i >...