Hands-On: Motorola Droid Bionic
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The phone will come in 2nd quarter, thats for sure, we'll see a release date in a few weeks most likely. It is going to be in the top con...
Several "X" Features - Vital for Bionic!
Facebook interface for the Bionic vs Thunderbolt
Talk and Data?
Motorola Droid Bionic vs. Other Verizon 4G Phones
Droid Bionic/Tegra 2: This is a dual core phone built on CortexA9 technology. The CortexA9 implemented new technology over the CortexA8 other than the capability of multiple cores that impr...
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This phone is no more...
Why no gingerbread?
Moto, PLEASE keep FM radios in your cell-phone designs!
Replacement For Droid X
Phone will not be so good
Memory 2.7 GB (internal memory available to user for storage)
DUal core, work phone...
I settled for the fascinate because of the price. I don't want to make that mistake again.
I have 13,520 sku's. And 3x's as many batch codes. We warehouse food, dry, caned only. Nothing cold or frozen. When items come with in. six months of date it goes on sale, bulk first, case pick what's left. I deal with every grocery store, restaurant, and other food warehouses across the US. We also export food, there fore deal with the USDA to get caned meats certified. People who are on probation,.last warning, for missing to much work. Osha reportable's. Pictures of employees .... Doing doughnuts on fork trucks... Ect. Shoping...
Any comment on this question?
YAY! No blur!!!!!
The demo units we tried clearly had 4 GB of built-in flash memory, with 2.7 available to the user.
Motorola claims 16 GB.
Based on past experience, Motorola's spec sheet could be wrong. (It wouldn't be the first time.) But it's also possible that early prototypes have 4 GB, and the final shipping version will have 16 GB. Perhaps a decision was made late in development to change the memory spec.
We're looking into it and trying to get confirmation of the real number.
Kudos for the high-res LCD!
But - Why still Android 2.2? Where is version 2.3?
Is this the new Droid T2??