I just played with my gfs d3 on a break from work. The screen I saw no problems with,it looked great. But I wasn't sitting there TRYING to find problems with it. Definitely bigger and nicer than my d2g in my opinion.
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Don't care if it has an unlocked bootloader or not, I'm getting one. The Droid X didnt/doesn't have an unlocked bootloader but dev's could still spin magic with that device. The Dev community for this beast will be no different. They're a resilient bunch and will come through no matter what the bootloader's fate.
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Reasons to choose a Bionic over the iPhone 5.
#1 - it's not an apple proprietary product that requires proprietary stuff up the wazoo to make most best use of the phone
#2 - After using my Thunderbolt, I really don't know why I'd care to get an iPhone. It really doesn't do anything better
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Areas in which Bionic is better
1) LTE (assuming iPhone 5 isn't LTE)
2) Integrated free continuously improving Google Maps/directions
3) Customization (assuming an unlockable bootloader or at least modifiable ROMs)
5) 3rd party Apps
6) Adobe Flash
7) Extremely supportive community
Areas in which iPhone 5 is best
1) Music/podcasts/computer synchronization
2) Wider selection of Apps
So do I need to read the article?
Edit: I did read the article, and no I didn't need to, in fact the author is being quite modest.
Last edited by yiannis; 07-13-2011 at 11:09 PM.