Motorola Droid Bionic Cell Phone Review

Sun, Dec 25, 2011

Hardware Reviews

Motorola Droid Bionic Cell Phone Review

The long wait is definitely over now that Motorola has released its Motorola Droid Bionic phone. Motorola Droid Bionic handset has been considered to be a pioneer in handset technology with its introduction of a dual-core processor, HD video recording, qHD display of 4.3 inches, Verizon LTE speeds and HDMI port. This can be an overstatement since prior to its release, there have been many dual-core phones already available in the market. Also, it is not Motorola Droid Bionic phone that uses first Verizon LTE speed. It was beaten by HTC ThunderBolt at that. Because of this, enthusiasts started to lose their interest on this Motorola phone as other handsets is starting to make a trend with either this dual-core technology or Verizon LTE speeds.

Not until Motorola Droid Bionic phone is released. It remains to be undefeated as a pioneer of handset technology because the handset is not only running on a dual-core processor but it is also combined with Verizon LTE speed. It is still the first handset to come out in the market using these two high-speed technologies. This is remarkably a mobile technology innovation. And clearly, this will be the main highlight of every Motorola Droid Bionic cell phone review.

Other features are undeniably superior, too. Its sleek and slim design adds appeal to the phone. Its size is 5 inches in length, 2.63 inches in width and 0.43 inch in depth. The final appearance of Motorola Droid Bionic phone makes it more striking. It has a slender curve at the sides that connects the glass display which gives the effect of a glossy and lustrous appearance. Its elegance is even more highlighted through its understated chin and metallic housing.

Motorola Droid Bionic cell phone reviews will also never leave the webtop application feature as it is another highlight of Motorola’s unstoppable ways in strengthening its unrefuted stature of being a pioneer in the handset technology. Through webtop application combined with one of the webtop accessories, it could turn the handset into a handy laptop. This is definitely the most favourable feature among business users as this application will certainly benefits them. The only drawback of this new application is that the accessories that must go with do not come in affordable price. Thus, it will truly be considered an investment when an individual wants to use the very convenient feature.

Although Motorola Droid Bionic handset has indeed many outstanding features that it can flaunt, it is not free from any other drawbacks. One downside is its expensive webtop accessories. Further, its camera does not offer much appeal either. Although it is already an 8-megapixel camera but it still uses a single LED flash which is a bit of a disappointment. Its slight shutter interval reduces the phone’s appeal when taking pictures because little movement would already cause the image to appear blurry.

Overall, it can be said that Motorola has never drained out of ideas that make it a leader in its own way. It always comes up with a surprising technology that becomes it trademark in the mobile industry.

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