I really wanted the Galaxy S2, but the Droid Bionic looks almost identical stat wise. Anyone disappointed?
Bionic was always my #1 choice
You know how that rabbit feels
Going under your Speeding Wheels
Bright images flashing by
Like windshields towards a fly...
Anyway, I played with this phone for a good 10 minutes. It has a few nice features but I can't honestly say I'm ready to give up my charge for this phone. The photo quality on the Bionic is TERRIBLE compared with the Charge. Ok, so maybe it was the phone I was using? That's what I thought so I picked up another one and started snapping away. I'm not impressed. The photo quality is just terrible. I know what you're all thinking... "It's a phone, not a camera"... yeah, get over it. These days a phone is just a feature of a hand held gadget capable of doing so much more than making phone calls. The poor quality of this cam is no excuse.
I really saw no speed differences with features although I will say the screen scrolling is better on the Bionic. Feels much more natural than the Charge.
Everything else about the screen on the Charge is much better than the Bionic.
I'm really curious to learn about the battery life on the Moto.
I have some money burning a hole in my pocket but at the moment I think I'm going to wait this one out. We'll see.
I switched from the Charge (only had it for a week though) and like the Bionic MUCH better. For me it's not even a close comparison as I found the charge really laggy and battery was pretty bad. I also haven't had some of camera issues others have talked about. I do miss the charge screen though.
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Lovin My Bionic!
I'm not sure what your issue with the Bionic camera is, but I took a great picture of my dog in pitch black dark, couldn't even see the dog on the screen, and it turned out great. Last night I took a video with it of my kids performing with their marching band and that looks amazing too.
Left my Thunderbolt for the Bionic. Best decision I've made this month. Uncheck widescreen on the photos and it will go from 6MP to 8MP. I can't tell the difference between either MP though. I like the fact that it's a phone and not a camera first. Crystal clear clarity while talking, unlike the Thunderbolt. Everyone says I'm talking in a tunnel.