Summary: Motorola and Verizon Wireless first at CES 2011. Now, nearly nine months later, this high-speed smartphone has finally hit the market. It wasn't the first phone to run on , but it just might be the best.
Summary: The Motorola Droid Bionic on the Verizon 4G LTE network is a serious device worthy of consideration by anyone looking to get into an Android device. The Build quality from Motorola is excellent and the device feels and works great.
Summary: The Motorola Droid Bionic from Verizon Wireless is one of the most powerful Android devices to be released in 2011. The phone is loaded with feature upon feature and touts a powerful battery to back it up. Though the Android experience would be even better without the Motorola UI modifications,
Pros: 4G LTE connectivity, Fast dual-core processor, Great calling quality, Motorola Webtop functionality, Shoots great looking 1080p videos
Cons: Signal strength issues, Poor viewing angles with its display, Expensive
Excerpt: The Motorola Droid Bionic is the latest in high-end smartphones from Motorola running Android for the Verizon network. Like its predecessors, the Droid Bionic doesn’t fail to deliver a high-end feature set. The Bionic has sleek lines and a very generously-sized screen that is sure to impress.
Conclusion: Arguably, this is the best 4G phone running Android on Verizon’s 4G network. Sure, the DROID Reveal might be a bit sexier, but it’s not available yet. Ultimately, the DROID Bionic is a powerful phone that is likely to be enjoyable to use for quite some time.
Pros: Powerful dual-core processor, Large, high-res display, Webtop dock system, Blazing fast 4G LTE data
Cons: Mediocre camera, Motoblur not compelling, Webtop needs more oomph
Conclusion: I really like the Motorola Droid Bionic. It's super fast and it looks and feels great in my hand. My one hang-up is the camera. The lag when taking photos is really annoying and it would be nice to capture unblurry low-light photos.
Conclusion: If you’re looking for a 4G LTE phone that isn’t already outdated, the Droid Bionic is the phone for you. Like all recent Motorolas, this phone has some issues with screen quality and its camera, but it more than makes up for it with a dual-core processor and quick 4G LTE speeds.
Pros: First dual-core 4G LTE phone, Motorola's widgets rock, 32GB storage out of the box, Large 4.3-inch screen, Blazing fast Verizon 4G LTE
Cons: Short battery life due to 4G, Poor screen quality, Camera does not impress, Bland NinjaBlur user interface, Poorly placed power, volume buttons