Okay, so I just decided to do a comparison on Motorola's website on some of their recent phones. One thing I've noticed that bothers me about reviewers who post specs is a lot of the time, the specs (at least some of them) are flat out wrong (saying it does or doesn't have a feature inaccurately, for instance), which makes me doubt the veracity of the entire review. I was hoping that the stats that Moto posted about their own phones would be totally accurate; they aren't.
Some of the things that were glaringly obvious were that it listed the Bionic as not coming with a speakerphone, voice commands or a touch interface, and though it mentioned the RAZR having Firefox with webtop, it didn't mention that with the Bionic (I don't have one myself, but I understand that it is included when you dock to webtop/lapdock). It also said that the Droid 3 does not have a qwerty slider.
So, how can we trust anything in their official specs? I can't very much make any decisions based on them, as if I did, I would have passed over the Bionic (I'm not doing without a speakerphone, and how the hell would I control it without touch controls?).
Anyway, short rant, for whatever it's worth.