Adios Bionic Hello Nexus

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by CBMGGM, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. DevilDogMP

    DevilDogMP Silver Member

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    Haha im so dumb

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  2. CBMGGM

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    Moderator please close this thread. I'm now a proud owner of a NEXUS
     
  3. silentsecret

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    Op: what are the difference's pros cons and most importantly the screen in sunlite? I have wanted a nexus for awhile but I have to need able to see it in sunlight
     
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    The Nexus isn't quite as good as the Bionic in the sun but it's not terrible either. I usually have my phone at about 50% bright and I can see it ok, if I kick it up to 75% + it's fine.
     
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    I was actually debating on doing this exact same thing a couple weeks ago when I noticed Best Buy offering the Nexus for free. I'm actually starting to really wish I had taken advantage of that.

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    Hello, the nexus does have its perks, but I need a good camera. Going from the bionic to a nexus is a giant step backwards in the camera depth. Also good luck with battery life. I've had my bionic since day 1 and it's been incredible. The only thing I had to do was get the extended battery. I've had an upgrade due for 4 months. But I've yet to find a phone that'll really knock my socks off. Even the galaxy s3.
     
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    They do have an extended battery for the Nexus too. People say it works great.

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    Goodbye :tongue-b:
     
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    300mAh larger than stock is hardly an extended battery.

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    Maybe I should get try a cheap 3800 mah from ebay?
     
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    If you do that we will tar and feather you
     
  12. en28so

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    Lol why? I just think that the extended battery from Verizon is not enough for this power user here...
     
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