Don't be tricked by Samsung's iPhone clone!!! Also, Moto actually puts out updates, and will likely put them out even faster once Google takes over.
If you want Android, stick with MOTO or HTC. If you want iPhone, stick with Apple. The only thing I'll ever by from Samsung is a TV.
You call me names, I call your Mom!!
there are a million and one phones out there on the market
each with tailored specs and gimmicks and abilities
in the end each person is going to choose the phone based on that fact
does it do what they need it to do. it's a simple yes or no situation
I happened to get the bionic. the screen works great. the sound is clean and the bass boost works great
it's plenty fast and runs everything I need. plus rooted and removed bloatware and it's even faster and leaner.
with the NE2 going byebye and some people (including me) won't be able to get that last discount with it,
I chose to go with a phone that works and works very well.
Sure the Prime might be a good phone. Or it could be delayed. Same with the Vigor. Same with any phone coming out
as they work to cram more and more into these pint sized powerhouses.
every issue you state = screen res / video / benchmarks / camera
I must be one of the lucky ones. I don't have pixelation issues.
my camera focuses just fine and takes some very beautiful pictures.
video plays great. just watched Star Trek through Netflix and on 3G and was very pleased.
Benchmarks......are extremely subjective. always will be.
Informed decisions are a must. And for the masses, just about any phone will do.
For us tweakers / hackers / perfectionists, there will always be a better phone we are trying to emulate.
Just the way of things.
my .02 on the matter.
I've taken a few pics, and the camera takes a little getting used to, but it takes really good pictures. The first picture I took looked like garbage, but now that I know how to use it and focus it correctly, it looks great.
Don't care about videos. I've had phones capable of taking video for about 4 years, and I've taken exactly zero videos.
And Benchmarks....oh benchmarks...what can we say about benchmarks. They're useless. I think that about sums up benchmarks. For one, they are more a reflection of the benchmarking software than the hardware they are run on. For two, because of the way the Android OS works, there has never been an even remotely accurate benchmarking software for Android. Thirdly, benchmarks are incredibly easy to manipulate. I've seen where someone has a benchmark score, they go in and tweak some settings, rerun the benchmark and have an increase of about 90% on the score. The only thing benchmarks are good for is to give people who don't understand them bragging rights over other people who don't understand them.
So yeah, I'll keep my Biopic. Now I'm gonna go watch the History Channel. They are showing a JFK Bionic.
My rumored phone's rumored specs can beat up your rumored phone's rumored specs