On the MotoDev site of Motorola, there is a chart of 3 of the manufacturer’s cell phones. On its left is the Motorola Droid 3 that has been launched recently while Motorola Photon 4G enjoys a position on the right. The central position is taken by the handset that consumers of Big Red have been waiting for since CES 2011 was held in the month of January. This model is the Motorola Droid Bionic.
Motorola Droid Bionic is said to sport a 1GHz TI OMAP4430 dual-core processor thereby making this handset eligible for a Netflix HD a 4.3 inch qHD display, 1GB RAM (while Droid 3 had just 512 MB) and an 8 Megapixel rear camera that can capture videos in 1080p. Although the front facing camera is not 2 megapixels (as was the rumor earlier), this front facing camera can be made use of for video chats as well as for taking self portraits. With the aid of Android 2.3.4, a significant feature, gTalk would be seamlessly available with this Motorola gadget. The Motorola Droid Bionic would also sport a webtop dock. Needless to point out, this model is LTE enabled.
As all these specs have been made official now, let me ask you – does this model seems worth waiting for? Users seem to be a bit worried about the features of this Motorola model (like the battery life) although their attitude seems to be quite positive in this respect. Moreover, its RAM (at 1GB) seems impressive and will attract users for sure. However, people are also afraid that in case Motorola does not opt for a smart marketing move and fails to campaign the phone properly, it may lose market sales as a Samsung model and iPhone 5 are also due to release at around the same time.
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