A few initial notes...
First pic...  decided to blur out faces completely, but you still can see pretty well the differences.
- This isn't meant to be an in depth review, but to simply supplement some of the info floating around about these three phones.
- All three phones are set to 50% brightness, running GO Launcher EX with ICS Theme, animations (windows/transitions) set to "fast" (Spare Parts).
- All three are freshly booted, with only the app drawers loaded once already
- The pictures of the screens are meant, mostly, to show the differences in saturation and color on each phone. The strongest "features" of each picture tend to be exaggerated by the camera and don't necessarily look like this in real life - do not forget that as you're looking. I'm a camera idiot... sorry. (taken with Nikon D5000)
- The video resolution isn't the greatest, but again, meant mostly to show a glimpse of navigation "smoothness" and performance. For the life of me I could not get the camera to focus more than it did on the vids.
- Every single picture or video shows them, from left to right, in this order - Rezound, Razr, Bionic
You can clearly see the Rezound is the most "muted" - yet I can tell you from my own eyes the most accurate with regard to the true colors. The Razr has a very warm feel to it, and is by no means bad, but is a little over-saturated compared to real life (unless my eyes see things under-saturated ). The Bionic is the brightest, and again, remember that these pics are taking some of these features and exaggerating them. The Bionic does not look that bright sitting in front of me - it's clearly the brightest, but in this image it almost "hurts", and that's not the case in real life.
Next pic... this one follows up the previous and simply shows a little more of the saturation of the Razr and, IMO, accuracy of the Rezound - and of course the brightness of the Bionic. Sorry the focus isn't perfect on this one. The couch looks especially yellow on the Razr in this one.
The key thing I've noticed is that, despite it being somewhat muted compared to the others, the Rezound never looks washed out. Now, at times, the Razr looks nicer b/c it has warmer colors and saturation. But it's a give and take, depending on what you're capturing I guess.
Next pic... home screens with some color fades:
Once again, "exaggeration" disclaimer applies, but again you can see some differences. The Bionic is the "worst" at showing the gradients, or fades, in colors, and that is true to real life, though it's not near as obvious as this makes it look. The Razr, once again, has the "warmest" colors with the most "pop", but some might consider it over-saturated. And yet again, the Rezound is the most "muted", yet handles the color fades and gradients the best by far.
Next... another homescreen shot at about a 50 degree angle - you can really see that extra white pixel on the Bionic come through in this one (again, exaggerated):
Now for a couple of videos. The first one isn't too earth shattering, just doing some menu, homescreen, and app drawer navigation on each. I can tell you as I was doing it, the Razr felt like the smoothest experience, especially in the app drawer. I don't know if that'll be evident in the video or not, but since I could feel/see it while I was doing it, I can see it in the video as well. Either way, they're all smooth and a good navigation experience - the truly nitpicky will probably like the Razr better... at least until the last video showing the gallery. Hopefully I'm not breathing too loud or anything as I haven't listened to the sound... .
This last video shows something that I just don't get, especially on the Razr. You'll be able to see very clearly how much better the Rezound performs at navigating pictures and the gallery. I'm sure it's software, and not an "essential" issue nonetheless, but I find it interesting.
(thanks a bunch to SRR1138's wife for the video edits!)
Ok I hesitated even putting these up, but here are three low light pictures of something "busy" with multiple colors indoors. I hesitated to do this b/c it doesn't do the Rezound's camera justice, honestly. Also keep in mind that it took, maybe, 2 seconds to focus and take the picture for the Rezound, and right around 4-5 seconds on both the Razr and Bionic. Occasionally the Razr would get a focus faster than the Bionic, but generally speaking they were the same. Ignore the messy pack 'n play :
One final note, please heed the exaggeration disclaimer, especially for the Bionic. This makes it look "too" bright and it really isn't. It's by far the most readable in the sunlight b/c of that extra white pixel, but that's also what causes it to look exaggeratedly (nice word huh) bright in these pictures. It's also supposed to save in battery life as well. I felt like these pictures might've made the Bionic look worse than it really is, which is why I say that.
So there you go... by no means comprehensive, but hopefully this, combined with all the other info swarming around out there, will help with some decisions... that is if you're not waiting for the Galaxy Nexus vaporware... .