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.
Pros: Power, speed and connectivity options are damn near unrivaled in the mobile space. Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread is current, and well-skinned. HDMI, expandable microSD, DLNA, oh my!
Cons: Unless you’re a baller, dropping this much coin on the Bionic and its accessories might leave you eating ramen noodles for a month. Battery life suuuuuucks. Peripherals don’t live up to their potential.
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.
Excerpt: Way, way back in early January at CES 2011, Motorola’s booth largely stole the show by featuring three massively exciting new products. While the DROID Bionic , a powerful Android smartphone headed for Verizon (hence the “DROID” moniker), was one of those products, it was largely overshadowed by the...
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.