Motorola Droid Bionic Review
Read any recent Droid Bionic review, and it will claim that this phone is the 4G LTE ubergizmo of the year. However, with the phones retailing around $300, average buyers, who are not technically savvy, will want to know if the Motorola Droid Bionic really lives up to all the hype, and what will this new phone actually mean to them?
A Need for Speed
The Motorola Droid Bionic is the ‘must have’ phone for impatient speed freaks. The CPU benchmark on the Droid Bionic surpasses almost every other smartphone on the market, meaning it can process more data. The screen rarely freezes or slows down, and scrolling is always smooth.
With a Dual Core 1GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, droid bionic users on 4G networks will eliminate the need to wait for pages to refresh and can quite reasonably expect download speeds of up to 12 Mbs and upload speeds up to 5 Mbs.
An integrated 3D graphics accelerator, running at a clock frequency of 304 MHz means that ‘ghosting’ or picture drag will never be a concern.
A typical Droid Bionic review will fail to highlight the preloaded Swype Keyboard software, which enables faster typing and has a layout resembling a regular keyboard. Instead of tapping each key, users can slide their fingers from one key to the next in order to type out the word, which is much faster and more accurate.
The Zumocast™ app enables lightening-speed streaming of movies, documents, and other files from your PC.
The Droid Bionic is the smartphone for professionals with ‘Enterprise Level’, tough security and management support. Features include on-board and SD storage encryption along with remote wipe. IT administration is a breeze with Webtop, Motorola’s highly commendable desktop environment, activating as soon as the phone is connected to a TV monitor via HDMI. This phone will not fail to meet the criteria of even the most demanding employers, and will most likely become the most issued work phone of the near future.
The Droid Bionic is by far the best smartphone on the market for web browsing. It combines qHD display with a dual-core processor and a 4G LTE radio. Separately, these three aspects contribute to an all improved web-browsing experience, but the Droid Bionic employs all of them to give unrivaled web-browsing capability.
Furthermore, not only does the Droid Bionic have Adobe Flash capability, it also far outperforms most other phones which have it too. This means that users are not severely limited in their interactive web page module browsing, which is common in many other smartphones.
Leave the Laptop at Home
The Droid Bionic takes the first intrepid step towards finally enabling users to abandon their laptops.
Available accessories include a regular plug-in mouse and keyboard, which are indispensable for the efficient use of text based applications, such as emailing. With the help of these accessories, the Motorola Droid Bionic certainly enables users to carry out these kinds of tasks fast enough when users are on the run.
The optional lapdock is in simple terms a monitor and keyboard, and the Droid Bionic will provide all the computing power required for them. Plug in the phone and you will see the Webtop interface appears, same as when the phone is connected to a TV monitor. This setup does a very respectable imitation of a basic laptop, and will enable some users, who do not require extensive computing muscle, to leave their laptops at home.
Other Cool Features
- Comes packed with Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread)
- 8MP, 8x Zoom, LED, Automatic Focus Camera
- Up to 650 min. talk time & up to 200 hrs. standby time
- 4G Mobile Hotspot
- Weight: 158 grams
- Size: 66.9 x 127.5 x 10.99 mm
- Display Size: 4.3-in – qHD (960 x 541)
- Memory: 16GB on board; 16 GB microSD card per-installed
A reputable Droid Bionic review is accurate and the Droid Bionic is a very worthwhile investment. Even users incapable of making neither head nor tail of the endless techno jargon used to sell them will have no problem clearly seeing its benefits from the very beginning.