Motorola Droid Bionic - Review And Specifications

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Getting a Motorola Droid Bionic should make you do the “oohs” and “aahs” if you like a super nice screen. This is also one of the larger smartphones that Motorola makes, so here is hoping you have big ( and perhaps deep ) pockets. Get more information on the new Motorola Droid Bionic smartphone here in this quick article.

The main event for this smartphone is the display. Motorola pulled out the stops and tried to make a smartphone with a screen to equal the iPhone 4. They almost did it. The retina display of the Apple iPhone 4 has a resolution of 640 by 960 pixels. The Motorola Droid Bionic has a resolution of 540 by 960, but it is necessary to factor in the extra size of the display on the Motorola. The difference is not much, but it is enough for those who can not settle for second best. Motorola created a new name for the resolution of their Bionic screen, they called it “QHD”.
The features for the display on the Motorola Droid Bionic smartphone are awash with the “whole nine yards”. The list is; proximity sensor, accelerometer, swype input method, touch sensitive buttons and of course multi touch. All smartphones in the upper realms of price are going to have multi touch these days, so some do not consider this a “feature” anymore. The display is crafted from LCD, not the brighter and “greener” AMOLED style. AMOLED uses less battery juice, and therefore is more ecologically friendly.

While Motorola put a 1 gigahertz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor in this smartphone, they were not the first to do so. LG has their LG Optimus 2X already out with a dual core processor. The Tegra 2 is used in both smartphones and tablets. The memory accompanying the chip is typical Motorola. There is 16 gigabytes of internal memory and 512 megabytes of RAM. You can add to that with a MicroSD card, up to 32 gigabytes worth. No MicroSD card is included with the Motorola Droid Bionic.

The Motorola Droid Bionic can handle plenty of wireless channels, but some of them are missing. The GPRS and EDGE are not included, but it really does not matter. The Bionic can handle 4G LTE. This is around ten time faster than 3G networks. It also comes with all the flavors of Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi also features the DLNA transmitter that sends multimedia to a nearby ( in the room ) monitor or high definition television. No more cables are needed to watch high definition video or graphics. Just in case you did want to use a cable, an HDMI connector is included. The smartphone will output video at up to 1080p format.

That means that the camera must be pretty good on the Motorola Droid Bionic, right ? Right ! It ranks up there with the better ones, at eight megapixels of power. It has many of the features that a photographer would need, inluding face detection. Look for the Bionic to run Android and come with a very large battery.

Chad Kunovich is an expert author Mobile Industry and contributes his valuable thoughts for telecom industry readers. Get full review Of Motorola Droid Bionic at Here and moreover he is Offering Free Motorola Droid Bionic for U.S.

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