Just got the Bionic today.
I was previously using an unrooted OG Droid. I was still very happy with that phone, but I broke something in the USB port and the plug to charge it would not stay connected unless I held it there and it had to be lined up perfectly...and sadly, that became very inconvenient and annoying and I needed to let it go.
So I only had 3 potential upgrades on my list... the Bionic, the iPhone and the Droid 3. I was very happy with my OG Droid, so the iPhone went to the bottom of the list right off the bat. The physical keyboard on the Droid 3 was a bit of a turn-off, and the 4G LTE on the Bionic was a bit of a turn-on. So that's how I ended up with the Bionic.
Been playing with it ALL afternoon.
There's lots of things I like about it - the battery life has been great so far, the speed is phenomenal, love having a bigger screen... I actually enjoy everything about it except for the Pentile screen. I am one of those people that see the little black dots staring back at me and it's driving me nuts already.
Question: For anyone who sees the "pixelation" (and found it annoying) and has had the phone longer than me, did you start to get used to it or did you find that it got more annoying?
I'm really struggling with whether or not I want to keep the phone. The screen is the only thing I don't like and I don't know if it's a dealbreaker for me. So I was just wondering if anyone found that the screen was a little annoying initially but then maybe had their eyes adjust to it after a while.
No matter what I end up with - I'll be keeping it for two years, so I want to be sure I can live with whatever I end up with for that long.