gts, 15 Jan 2011no gprs? why motorola...come on........because it is obsolete?
gts, 15 Jan 2011no gprs?
why motorola...come on........Of course there's no GPRS!!! It's CDMA Phone...
Why people getting dumber and dumber nowaday... They think they know everything but actually they do NOT...
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2011Error: there is no physical keyboardI have a droid phone and the onscreen keyboard is great much better than a physical keyboard with so many more keys available. you should try it
CES: Hands-on with the Motorola Droid Bionic
The 4.3-inch qHD display, for example, was quite stunning from our brief moments with it. It's bright, crisp, and the viewing angle was surprisingly wide. The phone doesn't feel quite as slick as the Droid X, and that's probably because the Droid Bionic is a touch thicker and rounder at the edges. Measuring 4.96 inches long by 2.63 inches wide by 0.52 inch thick, the Droid Bionic actually feels more like the Droid 2, except without the QWERTY keyboard. At 5.57 ounces, it's not exactly lightweight, but the heft gives it a good, solid feel in the hand. It also has a pretty smooth surface all around.
The spec sheet on this phone is certainly impressive. Aside from 4G and the dual-core processors, the Droid Bionic also has 512MB DDR2 RAM; HDMI mirroring (so you can view video on both the phone and the TV when they're connected); 1080p video playback; 8-megapixel camera on the rear plus a front-facing VGA camera for video calls; Wi-Fi, of course; mobile Wi-Fi hot spot for up to five devices (subject to carrier fees); and since it ships with Android 2.2, the WebKit browser also plays in-browser Flash video. Gingerbread fans need not fret either, as we've heard it is upgradable to Android 2.3. Following the example of the Motorola Droid Pro, the Droid Bionic will also feature different profiles for Home, Work, and Weekend, plus enterprise-level features that include remote wipe, data security, corporate e-mail compatibility, robust calendar management, and Quickoffice apps.
As we mentioned, pricing is still unknown, but availability should be around Q2 of this year. Check out our hands-on photos for a closer look. Stay tuned for our First Look video
P.S.: I have to say that despite the jokes that were made about the name, I quite like the "Droid Bionic" moniker. It doesn't seem as cliche as "Droid Incredible" and "Droid X." Also, the term "Bionic" is a nice hat-tip to the human element of the phone. It's smart and unique, which is not always the case when it comes to cell phone names. Or maybe I just have fond memories of Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers in "The Bionic Woman." Of course, it remains to be seen if the phone lives up to the name. What do you think?
I saw this phone at CES. It was the smallest 4G phone I saw there. Same size display as Droid X but the phone was a lot smaller and smoother...also the display itself was denser and brighter. It felt great in hand and had really nice grip. HTC thunderbolt looked sleek but big, Samsung and LG 4G phones looked dated and huge. VZW staff said this is the only 4G LTE phone with dual core. This is my next phone!
I saw this phone at CES. It was the smallest 4G phone I saw there. Same display as Droid X but a lot smaller and smoother. It felt great in hand and had really nice display. HTC thunderbolt looked sleek but big, Samsung and LG 4G phone looked dated and huge. VZW staff said this is the only 4G LTE phone with dual core. This is my next phone!
To everyone bitching about the ram its not just 512 MB its actually DDR2 big difference its a lot faster than other normal memory type
Finally, after the razor series, you got this one!
I like it! Hehehe!
duel core cpu
well done moto
this is realy new flag ship for verzion operator
This is truly awesome. Soon, every Android phone will have Skype video calling. And we'll officially be living in the future.
Anonymous, 07 Jan 2011good phone
this realy unrivaled